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TIOT 1976 



NORWOOD 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 

VOLUME 38 



NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LIBRART 

Nichols Sireet 

Norwood, MA 02062 



WE. THE STUDENTS 



Of Norwood High School in order to form 
a more perfect union . . . 





provide for the common defense . 




promote the general well-being, and . 





establish justice 



insure peace and tranquility 




do ordain and 
establish this 



secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves 



1976 TIOT. 





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CONTENTS 




FACULTY 

SENIORS 

STUDENT 
LIFE 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 



SPIRIT 

OF 

THE 

INDIVIDUAL 






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You've got to make it by yourself, 

You know you've got to make it by yourself; 

I'll be your friend and I'll lend a helping hand, 

But you've gotta help yourself before I can. 




Without ideals, without effort, without 
scholarship, without philosophical continuity, 
there is no such thing as education. 




SP-IR-IT 



You've got the spirit, 
So let's hear it! 






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JUNIOR PROM 

BLUE HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 

MARCH 21, 1975 




HAPPY BIR THDA Y AMERICA 

SEE HOW YOU'VE CHANGED . . . 




Keep MEN in office! 





You think you've got problems! I can't do a thing win my hair. 



Hey woman, where's my dinner? 




THEY think they know it a 



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You've come a long way baby! 






I am womanl 



There's more than one way of blowing your horn. 




And now do you have any OTHER problems? 



I'll grit my teeth, but I won't bear it. 



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If a better world is to be tomorrow — it will 
come through the hope and future of today's 
youth. 












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Dedication 




Mrs. Patricia E. Ingraham 



For five years you have devoted yourself to making the Tiot something that 
will be treasured in years to come. Your help has been invaluable, your guid- 
ance critical but caring. You were always there to cheer us up and keep us 
going when we needed that push. You have given of yourself in the true spirit 
of Norwood High. For what you are, for who you are, for all your love, devo- 
tion and good humor, we are proud to dedicate this Tiot, "Spirit of 76" to you. 



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MR. UMBERTO C. NAPOLEONE 
Assistant Superintendent 
Elementary Education 




DR. PHILIP O. COAKLEY 
Superintendent of Schools 




MR. JAMES R. DONOVAN 
Assistant Superintendent 
Secondary Education 




NORWOOD SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
SEATED: Mrs. Berkowitz, Dr. Coakley, Mr. Egan, Miss Jamieson. 
STANDING: Mr. Pentowski, Mr. Diggs, Mr. Kief, Mr. Trovers, Mr. Joseph. 



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For the knowledge you have inspired. 
For the understanding we have received . 



Thanks. 



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Qr. John F. Monbouquette 
Principal Norwood Senior High School 



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Mr. John Piccirilli 
Vice-Principal 





Mr. George S. Usevich 

Administrative Assistant to 

Student Affairs 



Mr. Michael Gallahue 
Vice-Principal 



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English Department 




MR. JOHN J. FLAHERTY 





MR. WALTER J. PETERSON 





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MR. ROBERT SALIE 



MISS ANITA HUTCHISON 



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English Department 




MR. RONALD S. MAGLIOZZI 






MRS. DIANA FLEMER 




MRS. PATRICIA INGRAHAM 



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MR. JOHN J. DOHERTY 



MRS. JANE P. HOBBS 



MR. PAULR. WILGOREN 



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English Departm en t 






MR. RICHARD P. FLYNN 



MISS CAROL CLAY 



MR. VITO F. ANELLO 





MRS. BLANCHE H. SHAW 



MR. JAMES PHILLIPS 




MISS ALISON BRUNELL 



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Art and Home Economics Departments 






MRS. SANDRA HARRIS 



MRS. LEE ANNE MARTIN 



MRS. MARY RIDEOUT 





MRS. MARGO MANCINELLI 



MR. DAVID JOY 




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Science Department 





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MR. DINOA. FIORE 



MISS JOANNE McGRATH 



MR. HORACE E. FADER 






MR. ROBERT J. CORWIN 



MISS BETTE A. BRIDGES 



MR. THOMAS BURBRIDGE 



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Science Department 




MR. WAYNE RELLEVA 





MRS. JOYCE GLEASON 




MR. MICHAEL J. SMEGLIN 





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MR. DONALD W. WHEELER 




MRS. NANCY PERLSON 



MR. WALLACE C. PECK 



MR. PAUL W.FROST, JR. 



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Foreign Language Department 




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MRS. DELORES L. STATON 




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MR. GILBERT F. DEHLER 




MRS. PAULA DYER 



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MRS. MARIA G. REVILLA 




MRS. GISELA KALEPS 




MRS. M. ELIZABETH CALLAHAN 



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Foreign Language and Music Department 




MRS. ORNELLA SWEENEY 





MRS. ROSALIND CAUFFMAN 





MRS. EILEEN DELANEY 




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MR. PAUL M. ALBERTA 



MR. KENNETH GRIFFIN 



MR. WILLIAM ST. LAURENT 



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Mathematics Department 




MR. LOUIS BUSCONE, JR. 





MR. ROY A. IMMONEN 







MR. FRANKLIN MILLER 





MRS. NANCY TUCKER 




MR. DENNIS W.HUYGHE 



MR. KENNETH McCOLGAN 



MR. FRED RICHARDSON 



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MR. DENNIS J. SKEHAN 



MR. RICHARD LaFLEUR 




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MR. ANDY PAUKER 





MR. ALLEN CARVER 




DR. KENNETH R. CONKLIN 



MR. PETER J. O'NEILL 



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Social Studies Department 






MR. RICHARD L. BONIN 



MR. BRUCE GREGORY 



MR. ROBERT S. TOLL 






MR. GILES B. PARKER 



MR. KENNETH NOLET 



MR. THOMAS J. MacDONOUGH 



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Social Studies Department 






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MR. EDWARD F. SWEENEY 



MR. ROBERT A. CLIFFORD 









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MR. PETER C. DAVIS 



MR. THEODORE A. CURTIN 



MR. PAUL VITAL 



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Business Department 






MISS BARBARA HANKS 



MISS GAIL M. CARELLA 



MISS JOAN M. FRANCIS 






MR. PETER MOLLO 



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MISS JANICE MUSIAK 




MISS ELAINE RACHALSKI 



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Business Department and Librarians 




MRS. CAROLE ST. JEAN 





MR. JOHN SULLIVAN 




MRS. ELIZABETH HEHIR 








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MRS. SUE THOMAS 



MR. ROBERT WEBER 



MRS. ELEANOR FLAHERTY 



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Industrial Arts Department 




MR. CLIFFORD F. PEARL 





MR. MICHAEL FLAHERTY 




MR. JAMES E. ROONEY 





MR. EDWARD SIMPSON 




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MR. JOSEPH GOODWIN 



MR. CONRAD FENICK 



MR. ANTHONY ARENA 



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Guidance Department 







MR. RALPH MORRIS 



MISS MARIE DRISCOLL 



MISS MARY LOUISE KARAHALIS 






MR. CHARLES PARKER 



MR. ROBERT GRAZADO 



MR. WALTER J. HUGHES 



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Physical Education Department 




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MR. ARTHUR GULLA 





MR. JOSEPH KATCHPOLE 










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MRS. KATHLEEN R. FELDMANN 



MR. JOHN B. MARTINELLI, JR. 





MR. JOSEPH M. SMITH 



MRS. NANCY FITZGERALD 



MR. PAUL F. CHAMBERS 



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Physical Education and Special Education Departments 




MISS CYNTHIA A. FAY 




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MISS JILL MORETON 



MR. GEORGE FAHEY 



MRS.ANNRAFFA 



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Secretaries 




MISS SANDRA PALAZZI 







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MRS. MARIE BUNKER 



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MRS. MARY BREEN 








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MISS JEAN CONNOLLY 




MRS. FLORENCE CLEARY 



MRS. CAROL TRAVERS 



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Secretaries 




MRS. LORRAINE FITZPATRICK 





MRS. CATHERINE PEREDNIA 




MRS. GRACE C. McMULLIN 




MR. WILLIAM KATES 
Psychologist 



MRS. DOROTHY FARRELL 
Nurse 



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Faculty Roster 



MR. PAUL M. ALBERTA: Director of Music, Director of Bands, 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble 

MR. VITO F. ANELLO: English 

MR. ANTHONY J. ARENA: Industrial Arts 

MR. RICHARD L. BONIN: Chairman, History Department, U.S. 
History 

MISS BETTE A. BRIDGES: Chemistry 

MISS ALISON BRUNELL: English 

MR. THOMAS L. BURBRIDGE: College and A.P. Biology 

MISS CATHLEEN L. BURT: Physical Education, Health, Varsity Field 
Hockey, J.V. Basketball, Varsity Softball 

MR. LOUIS J. BUSCONE: Chairman, Mathematics Department, 
Math 

MRS. LORENA S. BUTCHER: Speech Therapy 

MRS. M. ELIZABETH CALLAHAN: French 

MISS GAIL M. CARELLA: Business 

MR. ALLEN CARVER: Math 

MRS. ROSALIND CAUFFMAN: French, French Club 

MR. PAUL F. CHAMBERS: Physical Education, Health, Asst. 
Football Coach 

MISS CAROL A. CLAY: English 

MR. ROBERT A. CLIFFORD: U.S. History, Algebra, Girls' Hockey 
Coach 

DR. KENNETH R. CONKLIN: Mathematics 

MR. ROBERT J. CORWIN: Biology, Chess Club 

MR. THEODORE A. CURTIN: Contemporary Problems, Social and 
Political Action, U.S. History, Hilltopper Advisor 

MR. PETER C. DAVIS, JR.: Contemporary Problems, World 
Geography 

MR. GILBERT F. DEHLER: Latin, Western Civilization 

MRS. EILEEN M. DELANEY: Spanish 

MR. JOHN J. DOHERTY: English, Coach — Football and Baseball 

MISS MARIE I. DRISCOLL: Guidance Counselor 

MRS. PAULA A. DYER: Spanish 

MR. HORACE E. FADER: College and A.P. Chemistry, Rifle Team 

MR. GEORGE E. FAHEY: School Adjustment Counselor 

MISS CYNTHIA A. FAY: Physical Education, Health, Asst. Field 
Hockey Coach, Varsity Girls' Tennis Coach 

MRS. KATHLEEN R. FELDMANN: Physical Education, Chairman, 
Health Department 

MR. CONRAD FENICK: Industrial Arts 

MR. DINO A. FIORE: Chairman, Science Department, Physics 

MRS. NANCY FITZGERALD: Physical Education, Health 

MR. JOHN J. FLAHERTY, JR.: Chairman, English Department, 
English 



MR. MICHAEL W. FLAHERTY: Industrial Arts 

MRS. DIANA R. FLEMER: English 

MR. RICHARD P. FLYNN: English 

MISS JOAN M. FRANCIS: Business 

MR. PAUL W. FROST, JR.: Science 

MR. RICHARD GIORDANO: Guidance Counselor 

MRS. JOYCE M. GLEASON-. Biology 

MR. JOSEPH GOODWIN: Industrial Arts 

MR. ROBERT W. GRAZADO: Guidance Counselor 

MR. BRUCE G. GREGORY: Psychology, Varsity Wrestling Coach 

MR. KENNETH C. GRIFFIN: Concert Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, 
Brass and Woodwind Ensembles, U.S. History 

MR. ARTHUR M. GULLA: Director of Athletics 

MISS BARBARA G. HANKS: Chairman, Business Department, 
Typing, Bookkeeping, Data Processing 

MRS. SANDRA L. HARRIS: Home Economics 

MRS. ELIZABETH P. HEHIR: School Librarian 

MRS. JANE P. HOBBS: English 

MR. WALTER J. HUGHES, JR.: Guidance Counselor, Powderpuff 
Football Coach 

MISS ANITA HUTCHISON: English 

MR. DENNIS HUYGHE: Math 

MR. ROY A. IMMONEN: Math, Junior Varsity Basketball 

MRS. PATRICIA E. INGRAHAM: English, Yearbook Advisor 

MR. DAVID F. JOY: Art 

MRS. GISELA M. KALEPS: German, German Club 

MISS MARY LOUISE KARAHALIS: Guidance Counselor 

MR. JOSEPH M. KATCHPOLE: Health, Physical Education, Trainer, 
Head Coach Spring Track 

MR. RICHARD J. LaFLEUR: Math 

MR. THOMAS J. MACDONOUGH: Western Civilization, 
Supervisor of Adult Education Program, Coordinator for 
Northeastern University 

MR. RONALD S. MAGLIOZZI: English 

MRS. MARGO J. MANCINELLI: Art 

MRS. LEE ANNE MARTIN: Art 

MR. JOHN B. MARTINELLI: Health, Physical Education, Assistant 
Football Coach, Head Coach — Indoor Track 

MR. KEVIN J. McCOLGAN: Math 

MISS JOANNE M. McGRATH: College and AP Biology, 
Physiology, Photography Club 

MR. FRANK MILLER: Math 

MR. PETER J. MOLLO, JR.: Law, Sales, Math, Distributive Education 
Coordinator, Boys' Tennis Coach 



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MISS JILL L. MORETON: Special Education 

MR. RALPH F. MORRIS: Head Guidance Counselor 

MRS. M. JACQUELINE MUNROE: Chairman, Art Department, Art 

MISS JANICE MUSIAK: Business 

MRS. JEANETTE L. MUSTACICH: English 

MR. KENNETH NOLET: Economics, U.S. History, Varsity Basketball 
Coach 

MR. PETER J. O'NEILL: Math 

MR. CHARLES F. PARKER: Guidance Counselor, National Honor 
Society Advisor 

MR. GILES B. PARKER: U.S. History, English, Economics, Soccer, 
Girls' Basketball Coach 

MR. ANDY L. PAUKER: Math 

MRS. KATHLEEN F. PAWLOWSKI: English 

MR. CLIFFORD F. PEARL: Chairman, Industrial Arts Department, 
Graphic Arts 

MR. WALLACE C. PECK: Chemistry, Physics 

MRS. NANCY A. PERLSON: Biology, Human Physiology, Riding 
Club 

MR. WALTER J. PETERSON: English, Algebra, Utopian Societies in 
Literature Seminar 

MR. JAMES PHILLIPS: English 

MISS ELAINE B. RACHALSKI: Business 

MRS. ANN M. RAFFA: Learning Disabilities Specialist 

MR. WAYNE M. RELLEVA: Chemistry 

MRS. MARIA G. REVILLA: Spanish, Tennis Club, Spanish Club 

MR. FRED K. RICHARDSON: Math 

MRS. MARY A. RIDEOUT: Home Economics 

MR. JAMES E. ROONEY: Mechanical Drawing 

MR. ROBERT D. SALIE: English 

MRS. BLANCHE H. SHAW: English 

MR. EDWARD SIMPSON: Industrial Arts 

MR. DENNIS J. SKEHAN: Math 



MR. MICHAEL J. SMEGLIN: Biology, Judo Club 

MRS. DELORES L. STATON: Chairman, Foreign Language 
Department, French, AP French Literature 

MRS. CAROLE J. ST. JEAN: Business 

MR. JOSEPH M. SMITH: Physical Education, Football 

MR. WILLIAM E. ST. LAURENT: Choral Music, Girls' Chamber 
Ensemble, Music Theory, Music Major I and II 

MR. JOHN J. SULLIVAN: Distributive Education I and Distributive 
Education Lab, DECA Advisor, Bookstore Advisor 

MR. EDWARD F. SWEENEY: U.S. History 

MRS. ORNELLA M. L. SWEENEY: Spanish 

MRS. SUE C. THOMAS: Business 

MR. ROBERT S. TOLL: College and Accelerated U.S. History 

MRS. NANCY J. TUCKER: Math, Math Team 

MR. PAUL VITAL: Sociology, U.S. History 

MR. ROBERT F. WEBER: Distributive Education 1 and 2, Bookstore, 
DECA 

MISS MARY K. WELSH: Special Education, Learning Disabilities 

MISS MARY B. WEST: Social Studies 

MR. DONALD WHEELER: Biology, Varsity Hockey Coach 

MR. PAUL R. WILGOREN: English 

SECRETARIES AND SCHOOL NURSE 

MRS. MARY BREEN 

MRS. MARY BREEN, Nurse 

MRS. MARIE BUNKER 

MRS. FLORENCE CLEARY 

MISS JEAN CONNOLLY, Head Secretary 

MRS. LORRAINE FITZPATRICK 

MRS. ELEANOR H. FLAHERTY, Library Assisant 

MRS. GRACE C. McMULLIN 

MISS SANDRA PALAZZI 

MRS. CATHERINE PEREDNIA 

MRS. CAROL TRAVERS 



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Peabody School Faculty 




MISS RUTH SHEA 
Director 





MRS. MARTHA CLAPP 
Related Science 





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MISS MARGARET KEADY 
Practical Nursing 





MISS SYDNEE TRINCERI 
Practical Nursing 



MRS. JOAN GOLDEN 
Science 



MISS MILDRED BAKER 
Beauty Culture 



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Business 




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MRS. ANNE SULLIVAN 
Secretary 



MISS KATHY O'KANE 
English 




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MISS LOUISE ULRICH 
Beauty Culture 




MR. WILLIAM MAHER 
Guidance 



MRS. JUDITH KNIGHT 
Practical Nursing 



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MRS. MARY BETH BOUGHTON 
Fashion Design 






MRS. MARILYN CAMBELL 
Practical Nursing 



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MISS AMY PETERS 
Fashion-Dressmaking 



MISS TERI HOWE 
Art 



MR. JOHN BREFINI 
Chef Training 



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MISS MARION MARTIN 
Commercial Baking 





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MR. RICHARD COMILE 

Dining Room Management 

Chef Instructor 




MRS. MAUREEN JENKINS 
Social Studies-Mathematics 




MRS. ELIZABETH MATTHYS 
Distributive Education 



MISS DONNA RUOTEL 
Business 



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For all the hard work, 
For all the good times 



It wasn't all that bad! 



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William D. Adams I 
5 Robinwood Rd. 



'Bill- 



Activities: Wrestling 2, 3; Senior 
Auction. 

The war - — to be a rock and not 
to roll . . . cruising around in my 
Opel GT with Dan and Bob . . . 
Getting Bob in trouble with the 
note. 



Shelley A. Adelson 
9 Jay Barry Lane 

Activities: Spanish Club 3. 

JL/24/75 — Yip-Y.M.R.A. — 
Sept/28/75 ... His parents and 
family . . . 3/9/75 . . . 12/6/ 
75 . . . Nancy-Ritchie . . . Life 
means being with the one you luv. 



Therese Affanato 
106 Cross St. 



Kathleen M. Ahearn 
1 4 Walters Rd. 



"Kathy" 



Activities: Concert Chorale 1 , 2, 3; 
Hilltopper 1 , 3; Ski Club; Senior Play. 

J.C.S. . . . Woodnymphs 4-ever . . . 
Make an ocean wave and rock it . . . 
lots of palmtrees, sunburns, and Mic- 
key Mouse . . . Mt. Dew! . . . B.B. 
together, Summer of '75. 






Dean J. Agelopoulos 
1 05 Albermarle Rd. 



"Angel" 



Activities: Football 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3. 

Tackles on the Goal line . . . Weight- 
room . . . Saturday night. 



Mark Ahern 

30 Garden Parkway 



Judith A. Allan 
417NahatanSt. 



"Judy" 



James Aitken 

75 Jefferson Drive 



'Jim" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football 3; 
Girls' Track 1 , 2; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; 
Senior Auction 3. 

Deb's . . . Trips (C, F, O) . . . 
Dover Road, Frog, 9/1/75 . . . 
O.P., O'Bie's Parties/Mac's . . . 
For all the times remembered, and 
all the times to be. 




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Elizobeth Christine Allen 
22 Clarke Street 



•Liz" 



Activities: Honor Society 3; Pow- 
der Puff Football 3; Bowling 1, 2, 
3; Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3; The Socia- 
bles 1 , 2, 3, Senior Auction. 

10/4/74 — R.V. . . . Stairway 
to Heaven — Memories of Dove 
. . . Cape "75-76" "Bessie" 
. . . Dover-Medfield BEBPCM 
... I gotta get out of herel 




Paul Stephen Allen 

Allen" 

1 2 Leyton Road 



"The Amazing 



Activities: Concert Band 1 ; Stage 
Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2, 3; Saxo- 
phone Quartet 2, 3; Marching Band 
I, 2, 3; Soccer 3. 

Doc, Banara, R.T., Brownie and the 
gang . . . Oh Nol — It's wiredll — 
Honk!!! Orange Bowl Bound '74-'75 
. . . Come here often? — R.Y.H.B. 




Gerard Amirault 
400 Railroad Avenue 



Activities: Track 1 



Keith R. Anderson 
94 Cameron Road 



Activities: Football 1 . 



"Chink 1 



U.N. Boys . . . Bread . . . Grits 
. . . Jesse . . . MT'S . . . Pump- 
house . . . Fsst. 



Thomas W. Alty 

428 Washington Street 

Activities: Football 1, 2; Baseball 1,2; 
Wrestling 3. 

Dacey's Wall . . . O'B' . . . Wuky's 
Cellar . . . Dublyn Boys . . . Xave- 



Judith M. Amirault 
93 Vernon Street 



"Judy" 



Activities: French Club 1; Swim Team 
1, 2, 3; Senior Auction; Powder Puff 
Football; Judo 3. 

H.P. and Stick shifts . . . N.Y. Thru to 
Ohio . . . Keep Looking at those 
stars, Fizzle . . . Wild Horses and 
Stairway to Heaven . . . Never for- 
getting the friends here and the ones 
far away. 




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Elizabeth E. Andrews 
39 Tamworth Road 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
Senior Auction; Pep Club; Decora- 
tion Committee; VoKeyball. 

Dover Road . . . Mac's . . . Frog 
. . . Girls' Night Out, Gloria . . . 
Brighton Boys, Pigeon . . . Obie's 
parties, RB at 3 A.M., M.V. . . . 
t)rive-in, HBR, day after J. P., 
Beach Boys . . . Road-Closed, 7 
jumps, Diane's car. 




Janice A. Arner 
35 Elda Drive 

Activities: Gymnastics 1 ; German 
Club 1 , 2; German Foreign Exchange; 
Powder Puff Football; Senior Play; 
Senior Auction. 

Eddie 3/27/75 . . .Stairway to 
Heaven . . . The Nova . . . Meatball 
. . . Summers of '73, '74 . . . Cape 
Capers . . . C.S.N.Y. . . . YES . . . 
L.G.I.O. . . . Canton Drive-In . . . 
Memories. 




Catherine Babel 
66 Austin Street 



"Cathy" 



Russell J. Ayoub 
45 Dean Street 



"F'en" 



S.S. "75" . . . S.O.M.F. . 
Low man again S.A.M. . 
W.M.F. . . ."69" — Chevy. 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
National Honor Society 2, 3. 

"TheB.S. + 1" . . . 5/9/75 — 
J.H. . . . W.G. — 1 1/30/73 
. . . partying + the fields ... 4 
/1 8/75, "The Hub." 




Ann Marie Anello 
1 96 Hill Street 

Activities: Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; Bowling Team; Powder Puff; 
Sociables Vice-Chairman. 

Beware of W.V. . . . Cabin 45 . . . 
P. pants . . . Salem . . . 424 Ditch 
. . . water balloons and motorcycles 
don't mix. 



Elise R. Arnold 
90 Devon Road 



"Lisa" 



Activities: Girls Choir 1 , 2, 3; Concert 
Chorale 3; Senior Play. 

"Country Boy," Prudential . . . Fri- 
day night with the gang . . . Young 
Judaea . . . Machon Mifnef . . . 
"Make new friends, but keep the old. 
One is silver and the other's gold." 




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Joan M. Baldwin 
21 Mayflower Rd. 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

Van Parties . . . 5/13/75 . . . G.B. 
. . . Party at Ball Mt . . . Makin Car- 
dinal. 



Patrick J. Barrett 
1 1 Pembroke Rd. 

Willett . . . 6/29/75 
. . . AEROSMITH . . 
Running J's. 



'Burt" 



. . 7/26/75 
Pet Peeve: 



Elaine L. Baglione 
4 Greenwich Road 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3. 

Dec. 26, 1971 . . . ya know? 
. . . Master plans and Rhymes 
. . . 6-16 . . . 1:23 All summer 
long . . . Infinity plus . . . Last of 
the P.M jays. 



Joseph E. Baker 
43 Arnold Rd. 



"Joe" 



Activities: Concert Chorale I; 
Indoor Track 3; Outdoor Track 3. 

Golden Joe Baker . . . I'm your 
Captain . . . Nantucket 74. 



Marjorie B. Basile 
108 Ellis Ave. 



"Margie" 



"Live for those who love you, for 
those who know you true. For the 
heaven that smiles above you and 
the good that you can do" 



H. Dorsett . . 
KMD . . . UL 
Bye. 



12-28-73 . 

. . at work 



Thomas A. Bayer "Tommy" 

92 Union St. 

Blue Hills Regional 1, 3. 

You gotta be kidding! . . . Watch 
what you're doing Mister ... I 
can't believe it! 




Peter Richard Bamber "Rich" 

1 George F. Willett Parkway 

Spring Track 2, 3. 

Don't worry about it . . . Good times 
all around . . . Good to be free for a 
while. 



Elizabeth A. Bartucca 
54 Heaton Ave. 



"Betty" 



Activities: Tennis 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 
3; Hilltopper. 

Green Harbor '75' and forever . . . 
Those summer days . . . If I had time 
in a bottle . . . Friday nights . . . Life 
. . . it's what you make it . . . It's 
over already? 




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Anne E. Benson 
391 Winter St. 

Activities: Swimming 1, 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1 , 2, 3; Band 1,2,3. 

B-DOKS . . . May 3, 1975 . . . 
Orange Bowl "74" . . . Ribbit 
. . . "O Holy Night" . . . Foot- 
ball games . . . Schaefer Sta- 
dium . . . Ware? . . . P.F.B. . . . 
Oct. 4. . .? 



Vincent F. Bilotta II 
101 FalesAve. 



"Vinny" 



Summer "75" . . . Watching the 
Three Stooges . . . Camping . . . 
Concerts . . . Meeting people 
. . . Playing Guitar . . . Movies 
. . . Photography and Traveling. 



Karen R. Binkewicz 
3 Hartford Street 

Activities: Powderpuff Footba 
ior Auction. 



"The B.S. + 1" . . . W.G. . . . 
Fields . . . Pumphouse Gang . . . 
New Hampshire Nuthouse — 7/21/ 
75. 




Ernest Boch 

744 A Neponset Street 



Kristine E. Bonham 
1 8 Plimpton Avenue 

Activities: French Club 1; Drill 
Team 1 ; Senior Auction; Powder- 
puff Football; Senior Play. 



WG + THE B.S. + 1 . . . 
Pumphouse . . . P.H. Kids 
N.H. Nuthouse — 7/21/75 
2/22/74 — J.D., D.C.,J.S. 




Jacqueline Bishop 
7 Fieldbrook Drive 



"Jackie" 



Virginia R. Bogni 
60 Varwood Circle 



"Jinny" 



Activities: Skiing 1 , 2, 3; Rifle Club 1 , 
2, 3; Girls' Hockey 1, 2, 3; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 
2,3. 

Ski Trips, 2/17/75, L.N.H.. . .6/14 
/75 . . . Summer of 75 . . . JELLY 
BEANS . . . Sunday Nite Caper — 9 
/7/75. . .rifle match — 73. 




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Neal Boya|ian 
193 Richland Road 

Hamarock . . . '68 coronet . . . Blue 
Hills . . . Nantasket . . . E.L.P. "76" 
Hill Rasin . . . Norwood Hospital 
dishrat. 



Elizabeth M. Brackeft 
1 52 Washington Street 



"Liz" 



Activities: Art Club 1; Drill Team 2, 
Co-Captain 3; Senior Play. 

Orange Bowl "75" ... The B-DOK'S 
. . .T.O.O.T.S. . . .Chicago — 
Beach Boys Concert . . . Schaefer 
Stadium . . . Ware? 



Sandra H. Bostwick 
39 Westover Pkwy. 



'Sandy 



Activities: Powderpuff Football; 
Senior Auction; Pep Squad 1, 2, 



The Flats 



Paul — 12/7/73 



. Granger — summer of 73 
. Bennington N.H. 



Mary M. Boudreau 
5 Prospect Ave. 

Activities: Hair Dressing 2, 3. 

Summer "74" . . . White Horse 
. . . Mand J two nighters . . . 
D.W., W.P., C.R., P.G., C.C. . . . 
"76." 





Steven K. Brandos 
99 Dean Street 

It's Been a Long Time 
Walk to School. 



. Long 



Mark M. Brazeau 
6 Berwick Place 

Harmonicas . . . Tull . . . 9/3/ 
75 . . . Shattuck Park . . . Bond 
St. . . . High Times . . . Chase. 



'Candy" 



Daddy . . . Rye — summer of '75 
. . . The wall and friends . . . fun 
times with J.J.J. Dream what you dare 
to dream . . . Times to Remember 7/ 
10/73 — M.M. 



John J. Brady 
1 03 Maple Street 

H. NUMBERS ... Ice Walking 
L.M.R.Y.M.F. . . . CALIFORNIA 
Falmouth HTS. 




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Almon H. Bridges 
1 14 Codman Road 



"AL" 



"Waste" . . . "The Harp" . . . Hob- 
bits . . .Yes — Starship Trooper. 



Richard Brothers 
8 Springvale Road 

"Hilltopper" . . . Good Bye Maggot 
. . . Special Forces . . . M.E.H.I.C. 




Daniel P. Breen 
55 Brookfield Road 



'Danny" 



J.P., NMTG. . . As for work, 
I'm laughin' all the way to the 
Bank$$$. . . 11:06-11:48 . . . 
Once is enough . . . from me and 
my SK's . . . Here's to EPWE- 
HATDWM . . . This is the end 
. . ."BOUT TIME." 



Robert Breen "Biba" 

122 Casey St. 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3. 

"I'm the greatest" . . . Give them 
a good workout . . . Big D . . . 
Blue. 




Scott G. Brown 
490 Nichols Street 



'Brownie" 



Activities: Spring Track 1, 2, 3; 
Indoor Track 2, 3; Cross Country 
3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Honor Banquet 1, 2, 3; Judo Club 
1; Math Team 3; Student Govern- 
ment Day 2. 

It's weird, OH NO . . . There's a 
time and a place for everything 
. . . Jim Flunkett and Randy Va- 
ha-ha. 



David Buccilli 

85 Alandale Pkwy. 

Activities: Art 1, 2, 3. 

'68 442 . . . Norwood Arena 
. . . 66 Chevy II. 




Nancy J. Brion 
17 Elks Pkwy. 

Activities: Basketball; Senior Auction; 
TIOT Typing Committee; Pep Squad; 
Powderpuff Football; Bowling Team; 
The Sociables. 

"Purple M" . . . Sitting under our 
mailboxes . . . "DEBS" . . . 9/12/ 
75 . . . the Deli at Expo . . . Hey, 
what do you know it's tea time again 
... so you had a gusy summer, huh? 
. . . But I didn't spill it!! 



Allison F. Brown 
40 Churchill Drive 



"Al" 



Activities: Powderpuff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction; Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3. 

Tommy 5/27/73 . . . The A.P.M. 
Club. . . T.C.R.'s Honda and the 
Blue Bug . . . New Hampshire . . . 
The cape, the islands and long good- 
byes. 




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Kathleen M. Buckley 
70 Howard Street 



"KathyB" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football 3; 
Student Government Day; Tiot 
Typing Committee 3; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

"Sept. 25, 1973" . . . Xaverian 
Sr. Prom — MAT . . . "Summer 
of 75 with the Cabaret kids" . . . 
Trips with the Debs . . . The U 
MASS Weekend . . . Aerosmith. 




Gregg F. Buckingham "Buck" 

81 Juniper Drive 

Activities: Mustang Band. 

The ALLMAN BROTHERS Band . . . 
The three Dumbos . . . "Cheap 
Thrills" . . . SHATTUCK PARK 9/3/ 
75 . . . High Times . . . ORANGE 
BOWL. 



Kathleen M. Bunker 
107 Ellis Ave. 



'Kathy" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; Wind 
Ensemble 1; Senior Auction. 

Rob — March 28, 1975. . . B.B.P.H. 

— N.H. Weekend. . .Dance — 
Oct. 8, 1974 with T.A.W. . . . N.A. 

— August 5, 1975 ... Jr. Prom — 
3/21/75. 




Judith A. Bugeau 
34 Lincoln Street 



"Ju" 



Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; Drill 
Team 2, 3; Powderpuff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

"You guys are so mean" . . , B- 
DOK'S . . . 5/24/75 . . . Florida 
74-75. . . Friends per. 3 + 4 jr. yr. 



Michael Burke 

232 East Cross Street 



Teresa A. Burke 

41 Mountain Avenue 



"Terry' 



Activities: Swim 1; Girls* Ice 
Hockey 1; Drill Team 2; Spanish 
Club 3; Powder Puff Football 3; 
Senior Auction. 

10/14/74 ... The , *B-DokV 
... 3/1 3/75 . . . The cape 
(Dennisport) . . . Friends, "76." 



Mary J. Burns 
54 Churchill Drive 

Activities: Girls' Ice Hockey 1, 2, 
3; Drill Team 2, 3; Powder Puff 
Football; Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; Con- 
cert Chorale 3; Senior Auction. 



Orange Bowl 75 . 
May 3, 1 975 . . 
. . . Schaefer . 

N.N.B. 



. .Ware?. . . 
Dec. 7, 1975 

. Carl (M)X: 



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Michael C. Burns 
31 3 Winter Street 



"Mike- 



Susan M. Burt 

1 5 Fieldbrook Drive 



Sue B' 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, Tri- 
Captain 3; National Honor Soci- 
ety 2, 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3. 

Brockton Y . . . USGTC ... The 
Van . . . Hit! ... Go for the 
Double . . . Coaches P, K, and P 
. . . Canon. 



Activities: Yoga 2; Hilltopper Edi- 
tor 3. 

What, Where, Why? . . .The 
Flats . . . The Hut . . . M.E. . . . 
Wilson St. . . . Mi perralitta Bon- 
itta . . . The Ozone . . . Take 
Care. 



Paul C. Byrne 

22 Sherwood Drive 





Michael P. Cabana 
612 Walpole Street 



"Mike" 



Activities: Indoor Track 1 , 2, 3; Con- 
cert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2, 3; 
Mustang Marching Band 1 , 2, 3; Brass 
Quintet 1 ; Woodwind Quintet 2, 3; 
Senior Play. 

Oh No — It's Wired — Honk . . . 
Orange Bowl '74-'75 . . . Whipped 
Cream . . .All right for Yaself. 



Diane M. Cahaly 

88 Westover Parkway 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1,2,3; 
Marching Band 1 , 2, 3; Orchestra 3; 
Patriots Pep Band 3; South East Dis- 
trict Band 1 , 2, 3; All State Band 2, 3; 
Gymnastics 1 ; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3. 

Orange Bowl Bound V4-'75 . . . 
Monday Night Trio at Papa's . . . 
"Bread" . . . Where are they 
tonight? . . . Summer Memories of 
'75. 



Scott M. Cain 

29 Fieldbrook Drive 

Activities: Outdoor Track 1 , 2, 3 
Newspaper 1, 3; Drama Club 1 
Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; Spanish Club 3 
Senior Class Play. 

". . . all men are just accumulations, 
dolls stuffed with sawdust swept up 
from the trash heaps where all previ- 
ous dolls had been thrown away 
. . ." Faulkner. 




Christine Campanile "Chris" 

51 2 Normandy Drive 
Partying Down Prescott . . . Jun- 
ior 1 , 2, 3, 4 WASTE . . . Week- 
end Allnighters . . . Waterloo at 
the log . . . Days of the Future 
Passed. 



Joanne Campbell 
1 1 6 Jefferson Drive 



"Jo- 



John 6/18/75 H.B. . . . BBC 
Happy Meadows J. A. K. . . .Jeep 
and Chevelle and Cheeks . . . 
Smile John Horseneck . . . Stair- 
way to Heaven Book . . . Descent 
Tolls err. 




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Robert J. Cannon 
260 Pleasant St. 

G.F.U. . . . It's Party timelll . 
Station . . . Get me one too! I 



. Gas 



Susan A. Carbone 
49 Florence Ave. 

Activities: Powder Puff Football 3; Big 
Brother-Big Sister Association 3. 

The path . . . painted apartment . . . 
J.J.B. . . . across from G street . . . 
B.B.S. . . .all night drive-in . . . Bad 
Luck. 




Richard A. Campisano "Rick'* 

1 69 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 2, 3. 

The corner ... 63 Nova . . . 
N.S. . . . Convertible. 



Gregory F. Campo 
283 Ridgewood Drive 



Greg" 



Activities: Baseball 1, 3; Rock-Em 
3. 

Black Bikinis . . . Huskies . . . 
Sleezy Women . . . Beach Boys 
. . . Colour My World. 




Patricia L. Carney 
141 Jefferson Drive 



'Pat- 



Activities: Spanish Club 2; Senior 
Play. 

"The Kid" . . . Blueberry eyes 
. . . Joe . . . Cohasset and tele- 
phone bills . . . Worcester and 
Paul . . . summer of '75 . . . 
Bumpa . . . Ten years. 



Ann Marie Carpenito 
49 Yarmouth Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 ; Pow- 
derpuff Footboll 3. 

BanAnna . . . Country boy . . . 
Friday nights with the gang . . . 
B. and B. with S? . . . 8/25/75 
. . .My 442. 




Paul R. Capobianco 
95 Dean St. 



'Capo'' 



Activities: Key Club 3; Golf Team 3. 

Long hikes to school . . . "Can I have 
the car?" . . . Got forty cents? 



Stephen P. Carey 
15 Lenox Ave. 



"Bird" 



Activities: Concert Band 1 ; Wind 
Ensemble 2, 3; Stage Band 1 ; Jazz 
Ensemble 2, 3; Sax Quartet 1 , 2, 3; 
Pep Band 2, 3; S.E. District 3; Senior 
Auction; Senior Play. 

Space Cadets . . . Pudding . . . 
Papa Gino's . . . No. 1 . . . May 3, 
1975. . . Orange Bowl'75 . . . 
B. H.D.I. . . .C.Z. . . Camp 75. . . 
Who's sleeping in the rain? 




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Ann T. Carroll 
89 Wilson Street 

Kevin 7/4/75 . . . BBC . . . Stair- 
way to Heaven . . . Foxboro Stadium 
. . . Tom Rush Concert . . . Pier 4 
. . . 12/22/74 . . . Happy Mead- 
ows . . . Decent Toll. 



Patrick J. Carroll "Pat" 

1 8 Third Street 

Activities: Football 1 . 

3/24/74. . .2/14/75. . .Golden 
Gloves 75, 76 . . . EJGH . . . June 
29. . . N.S.F.S.B. 



Elizabeth A. Carr 
1 09 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: French Club 2, Trea- 
surer 3. 

I'm not Lisa . . . 6/7/74 . . . 
"star" . . . woodnymphs forever 
. . . J.C.S. . . . "Nerd" . . . 
Dynamints and Pickles. 





Michael D. Cataffe 
35 Greenwich Road 



'Beaver" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Track 
2, 3; Vice Pres. Student Council 3; 
Tiot Editor; National Honor Soci- 
ety. 

Wash. D.C. . . . Willett . . . 
Hytah-heeyah DYGTBY ... top 
of Marcy . . . Ruff. 



Foy P. Catholdi 
102 Dean Street 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1,2,3; Art 
Club 1 , 2; Newspaper 1 , 3. 

"It's a camaro" . . . "It is only 
with the heart that one can see 
rightly, what is essential is invisi- 
ble to the eye" . . . Salem Wil- 
lows . . .7/26/75. 




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Mark Cawley 

140 Cameron Road 

Activities: Wrestling 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3. 

Jessie . . . Grits . . . Room 1 9 
. . . Irish are #1 . . . Ali is the 
greatest . . . "Yaz" — 67. 



Martin L. Cernek 
75 Devon Road 



"Marty' 



Activities: Football I, 2; Wrestling 
I ; Trock 1 ; Ski Club 2, 3; Utopian 
Societies in Lit. 

. . . SCORGE (copyright) . . . 
Hytah-heeyah . . . Alyosha K.C. 
Hd . . . "it's a pon" . . . Pro- 
frock "Princess." 



Nancy E. Chambers 
42 Adams St. 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3; French Club 2, Secretary 3; Hilltop- 
per 3; Art Club 3; Hiking Club 3; Sen- 
ior Play. 

A, B, C Concerts . . . Woodnymphs 
forever — WDW . . . 7 in a phone 
booth or 1 on a couch . . . Tweeter, 
Mountain Dew, and orange jets . . . 
Lucky 562. . . J.C.S. 



Debra J. Chisholm 
1 1 Greenwich Road 



'Debbie" 



"The B.S.I . . . M — 16/R.D. . . . 
Feb. 22 . . . W.G. — 1 1/30/73, 2/ 
8/74 — M. Party . . . "Zero" . . . 
F.R. Trackl 




Maria Ciavattone 
51 Allandale Pkwy. 



"Cici" 



Dave 2/2/75 . . . Cadillac + 
himas . . . Mrs. "B" . . . S.B. 4/ 
27/75 . . . Cara . . . Bomb. 



Nancy Marie Ciolfi 
544 Pleasant St. 

Activities: J.V. Cheering 1; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; 
National Honor Society; Band 1, 
2. 

Lakeville, BN.O. . . . Disney . . . 
E.J.M. 4/17/75 . . . Oak Bluffs 
. . . Beach Boys/Chicago . . . 
95 NorS? . . . B.O.Y. . . . What 
are we going to do tonight? 





Wayman L. Chin 
20 Harrow Road 

Activities: Concert Chorale 1 , Trea- 
surer 2, 3; Madrigals 1 , 2, 3; South- 
east District Chorus 1, 2, Accompanist 
3; All-State Chorus 1 ; All-Eastern U.S. 
Chorus 2; Stage Band 1; Newspaper 
1 ; Drama Club 1 ; French Club 1 , Trea- 
surer 2, President 3; Utopian Seminar 
2, 3; Tiot Assoc. Editor; Senior Play. 



John H. Chisholm 
55 Marlboro St. 

Activities: Hockey 1 . 

Willett . . . 2/16/75 
good what kind is it . 
rock Beach 7/2/75 . . . 
on the River. 



"Chaz" 



. . Smells 
. . Bummer 
The Big Frog 




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Elizabeth Grille 
69 Laurel Road 



"Betty" 



Gas Company (Jimmy and Frank) 
. . . Get Down Tonight . . . Par- 
ties at Bond Street. 



Richard S. Cirillo 

82 Roosevelt Avenue 

Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 

NN III . . . Pumphouse . . . The 
Huts . . . Bread . . . grits . . . 
Skip . . . ya. 



Robert J. Cirillo 
69 Laurel Road 





Marie T. Clancy 
29 George Street 

Activities: Volleyball 3 



Whop 9/9/72 . . . Mercury . . 
Flats . . . Sombrero . . . I'll b 
around. 



Paul J. Cisternelli 
37 Redwood Drive 



"Rocky" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Basketball 
1 , 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3; Honor Roll 
1, 3; Senior Auction; Big Brother 
Organization. 



Pet Peeve: Walking . 
75 . . . Horseneck . 
To the Care Steven!! 
. . . Lakeview. 



. C.C. 4/30/ 
. Frisbee . . . 
. . Jim Croce 



Cynthia L. Clark "Cindy" 

1 1 Rosedale Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3. 

Rainbow GWA — 4/5/75 — WA 
— 9/29/73, 1 1 /28/75 — Rainbow 
Ball . . . Friday Nights! . . . 2/7/72- 
6/6/76. . . "Colour My World" 
. . . Mac and friends M.C.S.C.J.C. — 
Superchicken — Sneeky . . . Today 
is the first day of the rest of your life! 



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William R. Clark 
551 Nichols Street 



"Borgie" 



David A. Cleary 
43 Oak Road 



"Dove" 



Activities: Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Soccer 
1. 

Willett . . . Endless summer "76" 
. . . rainy nights. 



Activities: D.E.C.A. 2, 3; Football 
1,2,3. 

Football Camp 1, 2, 3 . . . E.R. 
9,19,73 . . . lady in black "68" 
Chevy. 



David Clinton 
75 Hill Street 

Aerosmith . . . Cheryl April 25 
Good Times and Bad . . . 





Pete Arthur Coen 

1 906 Village Rood West 



Bernard J. Coffey 
544 Nichols Street 

Activities: Drama 1 ; Senior Play 



George M. Cofsky 
818 Neponset Street 



"Butch" 



Bowser and BJ . . . Kaho, Anna and 
Nach . . . T.J. Miss Drizzle ... 1 
Scale of 1-10. . . Obsenfanaticism. 



Little Mies . . . Skiing Colorado . . . 
The hut? N.H.W.O.D. . . . U.F.T.B. 
Big Blue. 



4th Lunch 



David F. Collins "Dave" 

1 02 Walpole Street 

I'm cooking for an idiot named 
Michael . . . Pinball Wizard . . . 
Only I yell out the window. 




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Nancy Cordopath 
251 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Student Government Day; 
Powder Puff Football; Senior Auction; 
Big Brother, Big Sister. 

Unexpected Company . . . Lantana- 
Exit 67 . . . Horror Shows . . . Full 
Moon — 7/18/75 . . . Like Brother, 
Like Sister . . . Whimpy's . . . 
Waterballoons . . . L.D.W. . . . 
Kada's Secret. 



Ann M. Corrigan 
1 5 Pembroke Road 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

1 1/14/73 Daddy . . . 10/4/74 
Joey. . . 5/26/75 Joanne . . . Wil- 
lett . . . Mynuff . . . Olds 88 . . . 
Crickets . . . B.C.P. ... Ski Tenney 
. . . Wake up Cutie! 



Gerard D. Conton "Studly 

1 9 Oak Road 



The Tree . . . The crew 
Grateful Dead . . . Clarks. 









Karen A. Costello 


r«^ Jk^ 1 


J» *** ^B 


34 Crestwood Circle 




Activi 


ties: Bowling Club 1 , 2, 3. 


i A.^A 




Let's 


go out to the lobby . . . The 


V 




tank 


. . . Barb, 1 think you just hit the 




curb 


. . Going to the car wash. 




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Edward F. Cotter "Ned" 


( 






88 Railroad Avenue 






Martin Costello 








302 Nahatan Street 


Activities: Senior Play. 




■*9V» rtifl 


8 feet under ... 4 o'clock . . . 


We are shut up in schools and col- 






Papers? ... 1 had some ... 5 


leges, and recitation rooms for ten 






years gone . . . Eat a Mile . . . 


to fifteen years and come out at 






E.W.B. 


last with a bag of wind, a memory 

of words and do not know a thing. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 




T' 



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Timothy L. Coverstone 
534 Normandy Drive 

Activities: Wrestling 2, 3; Chess 2, 3. 

Freedom! ... To love and to be 
loved ... All life is a game . . . 
Canada . . . fishing . . . cruising 
. . . Traveling . . . winning . . . los- 
ing . . . Battling. 



Ann Marie Croft 
51 Tamworth Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Girls' 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; 
National Honor Society 2, 3. 

12/21/74; 11:15. . .Tomorrow 
comes too soon . . . What happened 
today? Wait a minute . . . I'm busy 
... It says here. 




Frank B. Coughlin 
86 Winter Street 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Rifle 
Club, President 3. 

We were each put here for an 
important purpose in life; let's 
hope that we all find it. 



Michael E. Coughlin 
52 Codman Road 




"Lookin' for a love to call my own" 
— J. Geils . . .i Goin' to California? 
. . . "My words — but a whisper, 
your deafness — a SHOUT" — J. 
Tull . . . Cruisin' with Railroad . . . 
Friday and Saturday nights. 



Barbara A. Croft 
95 Pleasant Street 



"Barbs" 



Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3. 

J.G. 2/9/75 . . . Bahamas ... The 
Manor. . . Dennisport . . ."But 
really!" 



Darrell O. Cronkrite 
2805 Village Road West 



"Doc" 



Activities: German Club 2, 3. 

If you help others when they need 
help, in return they will always 
help you. 



Robert J. Crossen "Railroad" 

66 Woodland Road 



Activities: Football 1, 2, 3. 



The Beach Boys Concert. 




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Brian D. Crowley 
1 22 Monroe Street 

S.M. one of the best . 
"76" the greatest . . 

Nut Rocker." 



"Crusty" 



. Class of 
'THE END 



Mary F. Curley 

1 1 7 Albemarle Road 

Activities: French Club 2, Vice- 
President 3; National Honor Soci- 
ety 2, 3; Girls' Choir 3; Senior 
Play. 



Andrew J. Curran 
26 Azalea Drive 



"Bomber" 



B.A.B.F. . . . Airport Parties . 
Wall ... The Monster. 



The 



Judy Louise Danforth 
382 Winter Street 



"Juff" 



Activities: Art Club 1 ; Senior Auction. 

Homeroom 74-75 . . . Scoop-Scoop 
. . . "Oh Well" . . . Malibu . . . 
Gomk Watch . . . "Just good 
Friends" . . . Left, Right, Left . . . 
King Kong . . . "Mushrooms!!" . . . 
Star. 






Katherine T. Curran 
58 Railroad Ave. 



Activities: National Honor Society. 

Bahamas "75" . . . "The 
Sandpiper" . . . Dennisport ... 9/ 
13/75. . . Name's Apartment" . . . 
Beach Boys Concert . . . 
E.W.W.G.P.W.N.W.W.A. . . . Fire. 



Marianne J. Danieli 
29 Ash Road 

Activities: J.V. Cheerleading I; Girls' 
Track 1; French Club 2; Girls' Hockey 
2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 3; Powderpuff Football 3; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Senior Auction; 
The Sociables 1 , 2, 3; A.A. Club 1 , 2, 
3; Tiot Advertising Committee. 



Grace V. DaSilva 
23 Dean Street 



"Twig" 



Activities: Tennis 1; Spanish Club 
1 ; Senior Auction 3. 

Summer of "73" . . . "Could it 
be magic" . . . Tennis at Civic 
. . . Dances . . . The Beach Par- 
ties . . . Day Dreaming . . . 

"Sandy". . . Stay Cool Baby. 



Linda J. David 
25 Allen Road 

Farewell to Summer . . . Busch, 
experience teaches us . . . You 
don't remember . . .Chomp, 
Chomp, on the beach ... I wish I 
were a Woodnymph. 




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Kim M. DeFlaminis 
78 Roosevelt Ave. 

Activities: Senior Auction; Spanish 
Club 1 . 

RF 3/21/75 Daisy Loves Burton 
. . . 750 BSA and Red Baracuda 
727 ... My 61 Heavy Chevy 
. . . The Bai Hai Prom nite . . . 
Keep on Truckin, Basile. 





9/2/74 . . . S.M. . . . JT's Place 
. . . OLE' ROCK . . . Billy and Patty 
. . . Let's make it two or more . . . 
I'm fine. 



I 




Karen Jeanne DeSario 
34 Pellana Road 

Activities: Band 1, 2; Student 
Government Day; Senior Auction. 

"Orange-Bowl — '75 . . . 
B.O.Y." . . . Waiting . . . 
B.N.O. with the Gang ... Tim C. 
5/2/75 . . . Beach Boys and Chi- 
cago . . . Cape '75 . . . "Is that 
a Cop?" . . . Library . . . "You 
Just Got Back." 



John DeStefano 

1 39 Washington Street 



Catherine L. DeLuca "Cathy" 

43 Dean Street 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 2, 3. 

Summer "74" My Friends, Boston 
. . . "Feelings" Spirit of "76" . . . 
Europe "66" . . . S.M. Aerosmith 
. . . K.G. 4/9/73 with J. D. and A.G. 
. . . Sully and Spider . . . OLD 
DAYS . . . Good-bye . . . M.G. and 
D.V. 



Gary G. DePietro 
208 Union Street 



"F'en" 



S.S. "75" . . . B.J. at the surf . . . 
Bundt . . . what Lips . . . S.O.M.F. 
. . . Robin. 




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Joseph P. DiCalogero 
57 Longmeadow Rd. 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, Captain 
3; Baseball I; Key Club 2, Trea- 
surer 3; Rock-Em. 

Stance . . . Open the doors . . . 
"Clipboard 75" . . . Blum Blum 
. . . Barnstable . . . Buzzard. 



John C. Dieselman 
46 Norton Drive 

Activities: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; 
Outdoor Track 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3. 



Richard DiFlaminies 
45 Sunnyside Road 



'Rick' 



LOCK IT UP . . . 6/29/75 ... the 
place ... The B.W. . . . Same Old 
Song and Dance. 



Kevin P. Dimock "Pete" 

20 Orchard Lane 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 2, 3. 

"A little speed shift on the del" . . 
M.F. . . . My piece of Junk." 






Joan C. DiMarzio 
55 Geraldine Drive 

Activities: Ice Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Band 1 , 
2; Pep Band 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 1 . 

"And in the end, the love you take is 
equal to the love you make" . . . 
Beatles . . . White Pond ... J and J 
. . . Kahil ... Be with the sun for- 
ever, friends. 



Eleanor F. Dinneen 
501 Normandy Drive 



"Ellie" 



Activities: Hilltopper I, 2, 3; Drama 
Club 1; Utopian Society 2, 3; Senior 
Auction. 

Homeroom 74-75 . . .Mark — 6/28 
/74 . . . Sandy Island . . . scoop- 
scoop . . . the wood Nymphs and the 
Mountaindewers forever . . . are you 
serious — Frog itl . . . Salty Dog Rag 
. . . Stairway to Heaven ... 3 more 
years! 



Debi J. DiRienzo 
31 Marlboro Street 

Beach Boys and Chicago . . . 
D + M . . . V.W. . . . Comoro 
. . . Whites — Sharon ... A 
dreamer lives forever. 



Janet M. DiSangro 
7 Kettering Road 

Activities: Tiot Typing Staff 3; Big 
Sister 3; Powderpuff Football 3; 
Senior Auction. 

The B-DOK'S . . . Little Boy Blue 
. . . The Scenic Route . . . 
friends jr. yr. per. 3+4 . . . 
Dream on . . . March 21, 1975 
. . . Beach Boys — Chicago . . . 
Friends and Memories. 




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John J. Donnelly 
26 Countryside Lane 

Activities: Soccer 2, Captain 3; Rock- 
Em 3. 

The pit . . . Friday Night Dance . . . 
A.H. . . . The Train's Going Back- 
wards . . . Aerosmith. 



Maureen D. Donovan 
55 Ellis Avenue 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; Pep 
Club; Big Brother-Big Sister 3. 

Lantana . . . CCW.M.D. . . . Sum- 
mers at West Dennis . . . Gerry, 
where are we? . . . The Path . . . 
The Cellar. . . Bubs and Ethel. 




Sean Donlan 
67 Lane Drive 



Joanne K. Donnelly "Orph" 

1 66 Sunnyside Road 

"Summer 75" B.B.C. . . . "Feel- 
ings" H.B. . . . Happy Meadows 
4/9/73 with CD. . . .12/22/74 
W. G. Sully and Spider . . . 
K.A.J. "Hang it up." 







William N. Donovan 
151 Cottage Street 



"Willy- 



Mark J. Drinan 
82 Arnold Road 



E. Orleans . . . The Doors. 



68 Nova . 

in the 8th? . 



. Jaws . . . Beckwith 
. Cape. 





Regina M. Donoghue 
241 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Drill Team 1 , 2, Captain 3; 
Student Council Delegate 2; Utopian 
Seminar 2; National Honor Society 2, 
3; Senior Auction. 

Mental Beach and that little orange 
H.C. . . . Chicago/Beach Boys 6-29- 
75 . . . B.O.Y. ... I gotta see the 
gooses. . ."HeyKiddo!" 



Paul Donovan "Pasquilena" 

70 Westview Drive 

Activities: Football 2, 3. 

Big "D" . . . Stuff "em" . . . Mass 
Maritime . . . The blue machine . . . 
J and J, O.B., and the stud on Sat. 
nights . . . Secret squirrel and his 
cuda . . . Get on it squirrel, "OK." 



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Theresa Marie Driscoll 
52 Audubon Road 



"Trese" 



Activities: Art Club 1 , 2; Pep Club; 
Senior Auction. 

1/30/75 . . . L.J.K.M.H.B.M. 
. . . Friends . . . Keeping up with 
the detours . . . good thinking! 
. . . Apples and Lemons . . . 
F.S.C. 




Denise M. Eakle 

1151 Washington Street 

Conventions Rm. 353 . . . The School 
. . .SayWULLAI. . . long talks with 
Sito. 



James C. Egan 

1 6 Marlboro Street 



'Yika" 



Cape Cod . . . Blue Hills rental shop 
. . . The Crew . . . Book to the brook 
. . . Gateful dead. 



Donna M. Eibye 
8 Nottingham Drive 



"Ib's" 



Linda S. Epstein 
31 Orleans Road 



"Epy" 



Activities: Drill Team 2, 3; Art 
Club 1 , 3; Senior Auction; Pow- 
derpuff Football; Volleyball 3. 

Disney '74'75 . . . Lakeville, 
B.N.O. . . . Hawthorne Lodge, 
Room 5, Falmouth Heights . . . 
B.O.Y. . . . Oak Bluffs, M.V. 



Activities: Hilltopper 1,2,3; Art 
Club 1, 2, 3; Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Youth Action for the Elderly. 

"I have held firmly to the thought 

that each one of us can do a little 

to bring some portion of misery to 

an end 'Albert Schwenzer 



Jaynellen Eckhordt 
1 2 Howard Street 

Activities: Powderpuff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction; Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3; Socia- 
bles 1 , 2, 3; Tiot Advertising Commit- 
tee 3. 

Memories of Sandhills, J.N. . . . Dick 
Tracy, Let's go for a walk . . . 4/24/ 
75 Ditch . . . D.D.D. — Naturally 
. . . W.E.A.S.M.U. 



William F. Egan 
1 8 Arcadia Road 



•Bill" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Baseball 1 , 
2, 3; Indoor Track 3; Hockey 1 . 

Blue Bomb . . . You ought'a see the 
one in the trunk . . . God bless the 
Irish . . . The train is going back- 
wards . . . The coats are on the roof 
. . . Centers up . . . The Pit . . . Sat- 
urday night at the trotters. 




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John P. Flaherty "Fates" 

234 Codman Road 

N.N. . . . Pumphouse . . . Jesse 
... The "Biddy" . . . M's. 



Mary C. Fata 

38 Tamworth Road 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3. 

Kennebunkport . . . Smoking in the 
rain . . . Bouncing in the red blazer 
. . . Somerville??? . . . Blue water at 
20 below . . . Lost in the marble 
house . . . It's the one in the middle!! 
. . .9/7/75. 




Arthur H. Eskew 
104 Yarmouth Road 

Activities: Soccer 1 , Captain 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Patriot's Pep Band 
3; Indoor Track 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 3. 

The Booth in the back in the cor- 
ner at Papa Gino's . . . They 
don't make class rings like they 
used to. 



Denise L. Fabich 

1 10 Albemarle Road 

Activities: Basketball 2; Softball 3; 
Powderpuff Football; Football 
Ticket Committee 2, 3; Pep Club 
3; Tiot Typing Staff 3. 




Joseph F. Fellini 
16HillcrestRoad 

Activities: Football 1,2,3; Wres 
tling 2, 3. 



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Mary E. Fitzgerald 
24 Morningside Dr. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 2, 3; Tiot Associate 
Editor; Student Representative 2, 
3; French Club 1 , 2; Math Team 2; 
Senior Play. 

Orange Bowl '74'75, Disney 
Parade . . . Lakeville, BNO . . . 
Ooks Bluff, MV . . . B.O.Y. . . . 
Birthdays . . . my friends — and 
the good-byes make the journey 
harder still. 




Timothy Flaherty 
43 Washington St. 



Paul B. Flanagan 
1 7 Earle Street 

Look at that DUDE . . . This 
Problem's a Real JESSIE . . . will Ali 
ever LOSE . . . Does he know what 
the word means??? . . . Al, can I bor- 
row $10. 



Donald B. Fleck 
141 Cottage St. 





"Don' 



Activities: Marching Bond 1 , 2; 
Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 
2; Stage Band 1 , 2; National 
Honor Society 3. 

Is Dick here? ... He got his peri- 
ods changed . . . Karen, do you 
need a sweater. 



"Flaves" 



Activities: D.E.C.A. 1, 2; D.E.C.A. 
Lab. 

Linda 12/7/73 WNS ... The Little 
Guys . . . Thumpa . . . D.E.C.A. 
Conference. 



Paula J. Flynn 

1 27 Codman Road 

Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3; Tiot Associate Editor; Senior 
Class Play. 

Community Colas . . . Saturdays 
in the Park . . . Woodnymphs 
Forever . . . Too many raisins, 
one ways, and wipe outs . . . 
You know who . . . Make an 
Ocean Wave and rock it ... I 
can only take 4 . . . All my 
dreams ore on their way. 




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Julia M. Folan 
40 Prospect St. 



"Judy' 



David J. Folan "Dave" 

209 Prospect St. 

Activities: Band 1 , 2. 

Shattuck Park September 3, 1 975 
The Three Dumbos . . . "What's 
wrong with your Firebird now?" 



Activities: Girls' Hockey 1 , 2, 3; 
Student Government Day 2; 
French Club 2; Girls' Track 1 ; Sen- 
ior Auction; Tiot Advertising Com- 
mittee; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; A.A. 
Club 1 , 2, 3; The Sociables 1 , 2, 
Vice Pres. 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball. 

Wash. D.C., Booin Ladies, NyE 
. . . U.S.T.R.J. + M. — Elias and 
Ramsdell. 



Marianne Folan 
209 Prospect St. 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; Vol- 
leyball Team 3; Girls' Track 2, 3; Pep 
Club 1 , 2, 3; Senior Auction; Decorat- 
ing Committee. 

Debs — Trips . . . "Dover Rd." . . . 
9/1/75, "Oh Bessyll" . . . "Sum- 
mers 73, 75; Pepper, 7/25/75. 



Geraldine M. Fox 
67 Ellis Ave. 



"Gerry" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football. 

The Park . . . Summer of "74" You 
go Firstl . . . Where are we Moe? 
The cellar . . . M's Parties. 






Barbara E. Fruci 
35 Fairview Rd. 



"Babs" 



William Frey 

25 Barberry Lane 



J. P. . . . 8/4/74 . . . D.E. and 
I.P. . . . "That M + L" . . . 21 st 
Lancers . . . Canada . . . B.S.B. 



Karen J. Foster 
32 Harrow Road 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3; Newspaper 1 , 2; French Club. 

T.C. 9/28/74 . . . Both Junior Proms 
. . . Friends from VM . . . A, B, and 
C concerts . . . Kennebunkport . . . 
Blue Water at 20 below . . . S. in the 
rain . . . roses-. . . ddc . . . Som- 
merville??K'sT.R. 



Donna M. Francis 
64 Rosemary Street 

Activities: Class Vice President 1 , 2, 3; 
Student Government Day; Powder 
Puff Football; Handicapped Program; 
Senior Auction; Yearbook Committee; 
Senior Play. 

12/24/74 . . . Florida . . . RoMM 
... oh Reallyl? (Hi M + D, Smack 
... Mr. U. Buffy) . . . Lantana. 




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Robert Gaetoni 
59 Sycamore Street 



"Guido" 



'Vinnie" 



Activities: Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Bowling 
Team 1,2,3. 

Sociables and Personables . . . 
The Pastures . . . E.B.S.B. Night 
at the Cape . . . Night on the hill 
Lava at Harris's . . . RU469 . . . 
Old Pontiac . . . LaGrange St. 





Brain 12/7/73 WNS ... The little 
guys. C.F. . . . Hug a tree . . . 
Humma-Humma Knee Slopper in Rm 
1 50 . . . BAM back into the tree. 



Michael J. Galanis 
537 Nahotan Street 

Elton John; Ali, Red Sox # 1 . . . You 
bet your Raisons . . . James Taylor 
Concert at C.C. Coliseum . . . The 
Fonz . . . very deceptive . . . #9 
Let's be serious. 



Thomas N. Gallagher 
24 Springvale Road 



Maryann Gorofalo 
56 David Terrace 

Husky's trip . . . the hole in the wall 
. . . watch out for the house . . . the 
wall . . . "To avoid disappointment 
aim low." 




Patricio D. Gately 
71 Devon Road 



"Patty" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football. 

July 23, 1 974; S.J.; July 23, 1 975 
. . . Saturday Nights . . . The 
Newport Boat . . . Smac's . . . 
Never go straight always go for- 
ward . . . Four years from now 
. . . Sunday morning breakfast. 




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Kathryn E. Giblin 
45 Second Street 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 2, 3. 



J.T. "Color My World" 1/11/75. . . 
"Feelings" . . . P.H.M. 9/5/75 Al. 
F.H. Ben . . . Summer "75" towed 
away Boston . . . Pete's Dream . . . 
Sully and Spider "73" J.D. and CD. 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; Big 
Brother, Big Sister. 

Why me . . . next year will be better 
. . . It was fun while it lasted . . . 
"K.T. of B.C." . . . Ellis Hotel . . . 
"Debs" in Canada "75" . . . "Drum 
Corps." 




Patricia A. Gilraine "Tricia" 
1 1 6 Wesrview Drive 

Activities: Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 3; French Club 1, 2; Big 
Brother, Big Sister. 

Debs . . . Trips . . . " A" 
pickle booth . . . Happy 
Meadows. . . P.G.H.W.C. 
. . . Florida '75 . . . Mont- 
real . . . friends . . . bus 
rides . . . Summer of "75" 
. . . All-niters. 



James J. Giunchetto 
71 Highland Street 



"Jimmy" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2; Swim 
Team 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Senior Play. 

"Knowledge for action; action for 
achievement; achievement for fulfill- 
ment." 




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Michael E. Gobbi 
35 Prospect Avenue 



"Dika" 



Dika + Creep = Booda + Pheasent 
= . . . Decent ED Parties . . . Alice 
Cooper "School's Outl" . . . CC is 
all right. 



Bertha Gonsalves 
7 Dean Street 




Lori Ann E. Giusti 
14 Cushing Road 



'Lori" 



Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, Pow- 
der Puff Football 3; Art Studio 3. 

David 4674 — My B.B. . . . 
Beach Boys — Chicago . . . Flo- 
rida ... the GREAT escape. 



Donna J. Glaser 
1 50 Devon Road 

Activities: Cheerleader 1,2,3, 
Captain 3; Girls' Hockey Team 1, 
2, 3; Student Government Day 2; 
Girls' Treasurer 2; Powder Puff 
Football 3; The Sociables 1 , 2, 3. 

(J.G. 1/14/75,940) ... the 
TMF twins USTRJ and M (Elias and 
Ramsdell) . . . The Mustangs 
. . . scenics in DDD . . . Another 
855 phone call. 












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Paul Golden 




56 Marlboro Street 




Activities: Wrestling 1 


2, 3; National 


Honor Society 1, 2, 3. 




Willet ... The Pit . 


. (J.C. 6/23/ 


75). G.I.N. W.O.S.H. . 


. . Bumarock. 



Cynthia A. Goodwin "Cindy" 

1 78 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: Tiot Typing Staff. 

"The journey of a thousand miles 
begins with a single step." 



Timothy M. Gordon "Timmy" 

1 286 Washington Street 

Activities: Soccer 1,2,3; Hockey 
1,2,3. 

8/8/75 Linda . . . CO., A.M.H., 
J.T. . . . Sunday talks with J.T. 
andO.B. . . . 




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Linda M. Grasso 
16 Greenleaf Rd. 



'Rocky" 



Activities: Powder Puff 3; Senior 
Auction 3; Pep Club. 

Brighton boys Hyannis L.K. . . . 
Dover Road 7/26/75 . . . Frog 9 
/1/75. . . "OBIE'S Parties" 
. . .4:00a.m.. . ."Diane's 
Car" . . . Road Closed . . . Glo- 
ria .. . DIWBB . . . "Horse Back 
Riding with B.B. . . . "MGM." 



Sean Greeley 
98 Pellana Rd. 

Activities: Football 1 , 3; Baseball 
2,3. 

Mass. Maritime . . . Spill ya Guts 
. . . Sprints . . . Beach Boys . . . 
Home!!! . . . June 2, 1976. 



Maureen P. Graney 
1 1 High Street 

Activities: French Club 1, 2, Co- 
President 3; Hilltopper 1 , 2; Uto- 
pian Societies; Student Govern- 
ment Day; National Honor Soci- 
ety 2, 3; Honors Banquet 3; Tiot 
Staff. 

Quebec. . . Faridi's period 4 
with J and T . . . Le Chalet and 
"mousse au chocolat" . . . good 
friends. 




Jeanne M. Grasso 
80 Oliver St. 

Poor Suzie . . . Love that gold 
. . . Space truckin with W and S 
. . . T, sunshine, H, D. 





Brian Greenwood 
1 5 Buckingham Rd. 

Activities: Basketball 1 , 2, Captain 
3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1; 
Rock-Em 3. 

#32 . . . Bill Walton had John 
Wooden . . . Beach Boys . . . 
stance . . . Remember Me. 



Thomas F. Greenwood 
1 1 7 Jefferson Drive 



"Tom" 



Activities: Basketball 1; Track 2, 
3; Senior Auction 3. 

"You know what I mean" . . . 
P.J.H. 10/11/74 . . . TheBatmo- 
bile . . . Falmouth . . . "74" 
. . .Really?. . . 14. 



Marcia A. Greeley 
373 Nichols St. 

Activities: National Honor Soci- 
ety; Powder Puff Football; Span- 
ish Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Sen- 
ior Auction; The Sociables. 

Whole Lotta Love . . . 1/4/75 
. . . Hey Mauz! . . . Special K's 
... a dream lives on forever. 



Gary S. Greene 
1 39 Monroe Street 



"Greene" 



Activities: Wrestling 2, 3. 

Trip to Stoneham with Bruce . . . 
L.J.D. . . . Chemistry ... 2 up 
ond 4 down . . . roller up. 




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Dean Gugliotta 
1 1 7 Pellana Rood 



FEN" 



S.S. 76 . . . Susan . . . E.M.O. . . . 
Some . . . Sink's Brother . . . S.H. 
andH.H. 



Pamela J. Hadley 
29 Morningside Drive 



"Pam" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; Student 
Council 1 ; Powder Puff Football. 

Ocean Park ... Ski Trips 72-74 . . . 
Whoopee doopee doo . . . Chinese 
teacups ...14... T.G., Oct. 1 1 
. . . Routes. 



John N. Grim "Evil Grimace" 

302 Nichols Street 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; 
National Honor Society; Utopian 
Societies; Basketball 1,2,3; Hon- 
ors Banquet; Tennis 1 , 2, 3. 



Graduation Day 
. . . Duxbury. 



"Buzzard" 



Linda M. Guastalli 
21 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Senior Class Play. 

Prudence . . . "Pete's Sake" 
. . . For a Long Long Time . . . 
Many thanks to my Family . . . 
"Be Free ond Follow the Seal" 






Deborah A. Haley "Debbie" 

4 Oxford Road 

Activities: Swimming 1 . 

Seasons in the Sun . . . Horse- 
neck with J.T. . . . Hippy . . . 
Field . . . Having Friends . . . 
asking for jumps . . . Gookin 
. . . Channel 2 . . . M.L. 73. 



Robert L. Haley 

1 2 Buckingham Road 



"Bob" 



Activities: Concert Band 1 , 2, 3; 
Cross Country 3; Indoor Track 3. 

Tony C's . . . The Fox . . . B.F.Q. 
. . . "STATE CHAMPS 74-75" 
. . . MIAMI '75" . . ."99." 



Michael A. Gulla 
79 Berwick Place 



"Mike" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, Captain 3; 
Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Class President 1 . 

Excuses, Excuses, Willeft . . . o-lD- 
73 D.V "Easy does it" . . .8/15/73 
"Once is not Enough" . . . Red Truck 
. . . Keep them threes growing. 



David A. Haley 

1 2 Buckingham Road 



"Dave" 



Activities: Band 1 , 2, 3; Cross Country 
3. 

Tony C's. . . B.F.Q. . . .Mickey 
Mouse . . . "Too good for HIM" . . . 
Brother Bear and the Man. 




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Susan K. Halicki 
84 Prospect Street 



"Sue" 



Julie P. Harris 
71 Walnut Ave. 



■Jill 



When your friend speaks his mind you 
fear not the nay in your own mind, 
nor do you withhold the ay. 



Jack E. Harshman 
350 Engamore Lane 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Newspaper 1; Spanish 2, 3. 

For we are like tree trunks in the 
snow. In appearance they lie sleekly 
and a light push should be enough to 
set them rolling. No, it can't be done, 
for they are firmly wedded to the 
ground. But see, even that is only 
appearance. 

Kafka 




Activities: German Club 1 , Secre- 
tary 2, 3; National Honor Society; 
Class Representative in German 
Partnership Program 1 975; Senior 
Play. 

We seek a renewed stirring of 
love for the earth; we urge that 
what man is capable of doing to 
the earth is not always what he 
ought to do; and we plead that all 
people, here, now determine that 
a wide, spacious untrammeled 
freedom shall remain a living testi- 
mony. 



Patricia A. Hall 
70 Valley Road 



"Alia Guru" 



"It was but yesterday we met in a 
dream. Brief were my days among 
you, and briefer still the words I 
have spoken. But should my voice 
fade in your ears, and my love 
vanish in your memory, then let it 
be a promise til another day." 

Kahlil Gibran 





Richard G. Harris 
438 Prospect St. 



"Rick" 



Lagrange St. . . . Week nights on the 
hill . . . dollar night . . . Red and 
Gold . . . The Cape. 



Robert Harukewicz "Orr" 

365 Nahatan Street 

Activities: Hockey 1 , 2, 3. 

North Norwood III . . . Pumphouse 
. . . PFFFSTT . . . "Skip Ya" . . . 
Grits. 



David J. Hasenfus 
285 Nahatan Street 



"Weasel" 



Activities: Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Soccer 
1. 

8 ft. under . . . E.W.B. ... The 
Plane . . . Pepper . . . F.M. . . . 
B.G. 



Susan Michele Hastings "Suzie" 
67 Casey Street 

Activities: Class Secretary 2; Pow- 
der Puff Football; Senior Auction; 
Sociables 1,2,3. 

White Van . . . Ditch 4/24/75 
— D.C. '73 . . . last of the 
p.m.j.'s . . . infinity and, V of C's 
. . . A.T.F.W.J.M. or 

W.A.Y.S.H.?. . .Summer '75 — 
P.W.A.E.J.M./N.F. 




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Barbara J. Hayes 
1 9 Rosemary Street 



'Barb' 



Activities: Art Club I; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 2, 3; Powderpuff Football. 

Falmouth , . . Slim's escape . . . 
Walkin in Rhythm . . . Yup! Down the 
Cape. 



Grace M. Healy 
32 Hemlock Street 

Activities: The Sociables 1 , 2, Secre- 
tary 3; Powderpuff Football; Senior 
Auction; Tiot Typing Committee; Bowl- 
ing Club 1,2, 3; Pulse. 

Diamond Girl . . . Cabin 45 . . . 
Beware of White Vans . . . T and Th 
over Mells . . . Bugs . . . B.W/ED 
. . .T.I.M.S.W. 




AnneMarie Hayes 
20 Brook Street 

Activities: Band 1 , 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Girls" Ice Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Powder Puff Football; Tiot 
Advertising Committee,- Senior 



Orange Bowl '75 . . . B.IM.O. 
with friends . . . Beach Boys/Chi- 
cago . . . 95 N. or S.? . . . 
What are we gonna do tonite? 
. . . Oak Bluffs M.V.. . .B.O.Y. 




Activities: Powderpuff Football; 
Big Brother-Big Sister,- Tiot Spon- 
sorship; Wrestling Pep Squad. 

Life is made up of small comings 
and goings. And for everything 
we take with us, there is some- 
thing that we leave behind . . . 



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Barbara J. Hogan 
1 50 Richland Road 

Activities: Concert Band 1 ; Wind 
Ensemble 2; Marching Band 1 , 2; 
National Honor Society 3. 

Furry Nova . . . Vanning and surfing 
. . . The Newport Boat; Rembrandt's 
Special. . . Nantaskett . . .You 
ain't seen nothin' yet! 



Carol Lee Horsman 
151 Albemarle Road 



"Casey" 



Activities: Girls' Choir 1 ; Tennis 1 , 2, 
3; Swimming 1 , 2, Co-Captain 3; 
Wrestling Pep Squad; Powder Puff 
Football. 

Dennisport . . . RWD 7/10/74 . . . 
Fla . . . XBHS . . . B-J.S + B.B. 
... 5 years? . . .Jr. Prom. 



Richard W. Hilchey 
35 Harrow Rd. 



"Hilch" 



Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3; 
Indoor Track 1 , 2, Co-Captain 3; 
Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 3; Stage 
Band I; Student Government 
Day. 

Aims to please . . . CTEL . . . 
Harrier . . . Mich . . . Miami 75 
. . . BFQ . . . Tony C's. 



Marc E. Hoffman 
1 5 Hemlock Street 

Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3. 

"Socrates is a man; all men are 
mortal; therefore all men are Soc- 
rates." 






Kathleen A. Hollis 
531 Nichols Street 



"Kathy" 



Activities: Student Council Represent- 
ative 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 3; 
Blood Mobile Committee 2; Carnival 
Committee 2; Senior Auction 3. 

Great Escape N.H. . . . "Fire! Firel 
. . . "L.W.K.U.T." . . . "Waiting for 
him to call" . . . B. Parties at Laura's. 



Phyllis M. Hourihan "Phee" 

20 Hillcrest Road 

The gang in my Newport Boat . . . 
soph year . . . the games . . . 
squished in the furry Nova . . . 
SMACS . . . Nantasket. 



Robert A. Hughes 
50 Longwood Terrace 

A.A.M. Local 6 7/8.. 
Has T.B. . . . E-E-EMO 
the Lip . . . Nantasket. 



'Dicka" 



B.A.B. 
. . Zip 



Paula A. Humsey 
1 1 Ridgewood Drive 

We shall pass this way again . . . 
Bo, Bo and John Forever 9/2 1 /73 
. . . Love is never having to say 
you're sorry . . . Kim and Russ? 




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Gary P. Jackson 
260 Lenox Street 



'Action" 



Peter J. lannone 
205 Walpole Street 

Activities: Tennis 1, 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 2, 3. 

CA 11/10/73 . . . Bernie . . . 
Red Rover . . . Roche Bros. Xmas 
party. 



Activities: Football I; Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 3; Mustang 
Marching Band 1, 2; Student 
Director 3; Stage Band 1, 2; Jazz 
Ensemble 3; Patriots Pep Band 2, 
3; Norwood Pep Band 2, 3; Sox 
Quartet 1 , 3; Senior Class Play. 

You've got me all wrong . . . I'm 
not that kind of a guy . . . O.B. 
Bound 75 . . . Bob's bunk in the 
band camp rain. 



George Jacobs 
144 Richland Road 



David K. Jenks 
55 Mylod Street 




The van . 
Sportster . 



David J. Johnson "Sherman" 

31 St. Joseph Avenue 

Activities: Soccer 1, 3; Hockey 1, 
2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, Captain 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3. 



Baseball Champs "75" 
. . 5-Slow . . . Colom- 
bo's-Champs . . . DT. 



Ellen Magdelan Jansen 
332 Nichols Street 

Activities: Hilltopper 1 ; Band 1 , 2, 3. 

The road goes ever on and on, down 
from the door where it began. Now 
far ahead the Road has gone, and I 
must follow, if I can, pursuing it with 
much weary feet, until it joins some 
larger way, where many paths and 
errands meet, and whither then? 



John M. Jennings 
50 Saunders Road 



Canada . 



21st. 



. M.G. 




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"73" chevy . . . Shattuck Park 
Sept. 3, 1 975 ... The civic . . . 
MacDonalds. 





mnmfo'**sMmMjm 2* 



Julie Johnson 
20 Grant Avenue 
8/20/73 (T.P.) . . . H.C. + 
. . . Long Trips to the store . 
. . . Falmouth (E. WINTER). 



Robert G. Johnson "Bab" 

22 Lincoln Street 

Activities: Hockey 2. 

"SCONJ" . . . and 1 with 2 down 
. . . Trasky, Groucho. 



Thomas F. Johnson 
61 Cameron Road 

Activities: Football 1, 3; DECA 2, 3 
DECA South East Regional Confer 
ence 2; DECA State Conference. 



William R. Jones 
93 Jefferson Drive 



•Billy" 



NN, The Pump House . 
"67" Galaxie 500 and 
. . . Sully and Spider. 



. Snig . 
68" Fury 



Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3; DECA 3. 

Old Airport . . . driving ground . 
AEROSMITH . . . Barracuda. 



Joyce E. Jordan 
1 8 Concord Avenue 




"JJ" 



Activities: Drill Team 1,2,3; Mat 
Maid 2, 3; Girls' Ice Hockey 2; 
Powderpuff Football 3; Honor Roll 
1 , 3; Senior Class Play. 



AL; 12/6/74-80 . 
. . . Rebel #63 . . 
ing . . . M and D 
. . .Per 2-21%. 



. Fla. 74 
N.P. Cheer- 
. . Calif '75 



Alice J. Judge 
164 Union Street 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3; 
Volleyball 3; Field Hockey 1 ; Con- 
cert Band 1, 2, 3; Hilltopper 1; 
Girls' Treasurer 3. 

Sometimes the lights are shining 
on me, Other times I can barely 
see; lately it occurs to me, what a 
long strange trip it's been. 

The Grateful Dead 




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Kevin D. Kelley 
44 Cottage Street 



"Kev" 



Therese A. Kelley 
84 Codman Road 



"T.K.' 



Activities: Rifle Club, Vice Presi- 
dent 2, 3. 

Bogus! . . . If it feels good do it! 
. . . K.O. . . . Stratavarius . . . 
The Three Stoogers. 



Activities: Powderpuff Football. 

"Debs" . . . Canada '75 . , 
The hole in the wall . . .8/74. 



Kathleen A. Kelliher 
68 Adams Street 



"Kathy" 



Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3; Tiot Editor; Student Gov't Day 2, 3; 
Field Hockey 1; French Club 2, 3; 
Math Team 2, 3; Senior Play. 

Bang on!!! Ireland, England '73! . . . 
Don't Panic! . . . Wood Nymphs For- 
ever (WDW) . . . Library pages, My 
4 + Scol; Too many raisins, rolls and 
wipeouts. 



Theresa M. Kelliher 
5 North Avenue 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

#5 Staircase . . . Quebec . . . 
Hyannis . . . Summer of 73 Le Chalet 
. . . Wimpy Bar . . . Salt Hill . . . 
Waldon Pond . . . Marshfield . . . 
"What lies behind us and what lies 
before us are tiny matters compared 
to what lies within us." 





"Terry 




Kathleen M. Kelly 
69 Westview Drive 



"Kathie" 



Kenneth J. Kelly Jr. 
6 Arcadia Road 



"STORK" 



Activities: Big Brother-Big Sister; 
Powder Puff Football; Yearbook 
Committee. 

D3175K. . .Lena. . . Pochkins! 
. . . 21st . . . Ames Street . . . 
Memories . . . Florida '75 . . . 
Friends forever. 



Activities: Soccer 2, 3; Basketball 
1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil 1,2, 3; Rock-Em 3. 

Pit Crew . . . The train is going 
the wrong way! . . . Beach Boys 
and Aerosmith . . . They are not 
after me! . . . Heffs forever . . . 
Pit. 



Robert R. Kelliher 
1 8 Crescent Avenue 



"Bob- 



Activities: Soccer 1 , 2, 3; Golf 1 , 2, 3; 
Indoor Track 3; Math Team 2, 3; Band 
1 ; Orchestra 3; National Honor Soci- 
ety; Utopian Society; Explorers; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3; Blood Mobile Com- 
mittee; Honors Banquet 1,2,3. 

Wrong turn, Dave . . . Norfolk and 
the Commissioners Club. 



Brian X. Kelly 
66 Winter Street 



"EGGMAN" 



Activities: Football 2; Golf 1, 2, 3; 
Intramural Sports 1 , 2, 3; Rock Em 3. 

Pet Peeve: White Belts . . . S.S. . . . 
1500 . . . Ridgevale Beach . . . "so 
bad" . . . East Dennis . . . Sneakers 
. . . Lakeview. 




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Marie E. Kelly 

1 79 Walpole Street 

Activities: Field Hockey I, 2, 3; 
Basketball; Softball 1 , 2, 3; Pow- 
der Puff Football. 

Cill na' mona "73 and 74" . . . 
After 1 M. Mac Envoys. 



Mary E. Kenney 

1 2 Westover Parkway 

BS + 1; 11/15/73, Convenient 
Parking lot . . . 11/30/73 . . . 
The fields. 



Nora Ellen Kenny 
83 Saunders Road 

Activities: JV Cheerleading 1; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 1 , 2, 3; Senior Auction; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3; Roll-Em 3; National 
Honor Society. 

Beach Boys/Chicago Concert . . . 

Nantasket . . . States, March . . . 

1975 Who has the car tonight? . . . 
friends. 



Rosina Patricia Kerr 
1 1 Redwood Drive 



"Rose" 



Activities: French Club 1, 2; Law 
Enforcement Club 2, 3. 

Summer "75" Dreamland . . . Green 
Dasher . . . Talks with Cheryl . . . 
Baby Blue Eyes . . . "Love will keep 
us together" . . . "Fallin in Love" 
. . . Good Times Quick Carolina E. 
Patricia. 




Marion Keohane 

63 Alandale Parkway 



Maureen B. Kewriga 
27 Lyndon Street 



"Barney" 



Activities: J.V. Cheerleading 2; Bowl- 
ing Club 1 , 2, 3; Sociables 2, 3; Pulse; 
National Honor Society 3. 

Colorado Rocky Mt. High, "For sure!" 
Memories of forgetting . . . "Blue 
Sky" Day-Macon Music. Walking 
through the woods one day. L.I.S. 
Judy, foodaholics . . . F.S.C.A. 



Jeanne M. Keif 
64 Hickory Road 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
Big Brother-Big Sister. 

Jag . . . The B-Dok's . . . The 
sun . . . Orange! . . . Brown 
Saucers . . . RB's parties ... I 
know! M and D . . . B and R . . . 

The Armory . . . 5'4?l 



Barbara A. Kilroy 
1 07 Codman Road 

"The Whole in the Wall" 

. . . Huskey's Place . . . 
outa herel 



W.C. 
We're 




y** 



89 



Mitchell A. Kon 

1503 Village Road East 

Activities: Soccer 3; Golf Team 3; 
French Club 3; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3. 

"Youth which is forgiven everything, 
forgives itself nothing; age, which for- 
gives itself everything, is forgiven 
nothing." 

G. B. Shaw 




Karen L. Kougias 
6 Manchester Rd. 

Activities: Art Club 1 , 2, 3; Ski Club 2; 
Spanish Club 1 , 2; Mat Maid 2, 3; Big 
Brother-Big Sister Club; Hilltopper 3. 

BB and Chicago Con . . . Marshva- 
gas . . . Goofs . . . Only Kidding 
. . . Friends ... J and D's parties. 




Susan Anne Krant 
18 Sherwood Drive 

Activities: Concert Band; March- 
ing Band 1; Hilltopper Staff 1; 
National Honor Society 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis Team 2, 3; Powder Puff 
Football 3; Senior Auction. 

My Friends . . . Florida Bound 
. . . Beach Boys/Chicago Con- 
cert . . . Friendly's . . . Sindbad. 



Brian 4/1 2/74 . . . Charging 
Batteries . . . Going Talking . . . 
A kiss for a Rose . . . My Friends. 



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Peter Y. Kushner 
31 Surrey Road 

Activities: Chess Team 1,2,3; 
Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Math Team 1, 
2, 3; Tiot Editor 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 3; Wind Ensemble I; 
Marching Band 1; Tennis Team 2, 
3; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; Senior Play. 




Denise Lolly 

1 2 Redwood Drive 

"Yes there are two paths you can go 
by. But in the long run there's still time 
to change the road you're on." 




Brenda Lee Lach "H.B." 

54 Longmeadow Road 

Activities: Gymnastics 2, 3. 

66 War Wagon . . . Fridays at the 
log. — Murf ... I'm Otta Here . . . 
R.I. 



Robert S. LaMonica 
31 Nottingham Drive 



"Bob" 



Activities: Concert Band 1, 2; Wind 
Ensemble 3; Stage Band 2; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3. 




Jeffrey P. Lane 
28 Wilson Street 



"Jeffa" 



Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Track 3; Senior Auction; 
National Honor Society; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3 ; Photography Club 3; 
Aviation Explorers; Key Club. 

The P.T. . . . Take Route 44 . . . 
W.J.C. . . . L.L ... The Races 
. . . Zub . . . Who's Next . . . 

The Dude. 



Marilyn A. Larkin 
1 8 Manchester Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Government Day 2; Honor 
Roll 1,2, 3;Hilltopper 1,3. 

Eire . . . Camping . . . "With a 

little help from my friends." . . . 
Sunsets . . . Unity of '76. 




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Matthew J. Lavalle 
1 35 Albemarle Road 



Onset Beach . 
Aug. 25/28 . 



. Ace . . . D.A. 

. Swim Hole '75. 



Cynthia Lee 

78 Pellana Road 



"Pee Wee" 



Activities: Gymnastic 1 , 2; Powder- 
puff Football 3; Senior Auction; Pep 
Club 1,2,3. 

11/1/73 . . . Junior Prom . . . w/ 
J.K. ... The Great Escape NH . . . 
6 out of 10 not bad. . .7/16/75. 



Kristen Ingrid Larsen 
163 Spruce Road 

Activities: Swimming 1, 2, 3, Co- 
Captain 3; Girls' Choir 1 , 2; Girls' 
Track 1 , 2, 3; Student Council 2; 
Judo Club 1 , 2, 3; Student Gov- 
ernment Day 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 
3; Tiot Associate Editor 3; Senior 
Auction; Senior Play. 

Maine . . . Take your marks . . . 
W.S.S. "Oh Holy Night" . . . 

Skiing . . . "What have we to do 
with destiny now?" 




Lisa A. Larsen 

181 Azalea Avenue 

Activities: Tennis 1 , 2, 3; Art Club 
1 ; Basketball 1 ; Powderpuff 3; 
Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 
2. 




Cold hearted orb that rules the night, 
removes the colors from our sight. 
Red is gray, yellow, white. But we 
decide which is right, and which is an 
illusion. 

Moody Blues 



Activities: Concert Chorale 1 , 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2; Intramural Basketball Pro- 
gram 1 975; Powder Puff Football; 
Ticket Sale Assistant 3; Girls' Volley- 
ball 3; Hilltopper 3; Senior Play. 

Germany 1975 ... 10/9 . . . Fish 
. . . The Balcony, Kleineichen; Wood 
Nymphs Volkswagens . . . 



Jane A. Lindfors 
32 Walnut Avenue 

Activities: Hilltopper 1; Track 1; 
Swimming 1 ; Band 1 , 2, 3. 

And when the rain begins to fall 
Don't you start to curse; It may be 
just the tears Of someone that you 
never heard. 'Cause there's some- 
body crying to be heard. 



Andrew P. Lore 
32 Lenox Ave. 

Activities: Wrestling 1 , 2, 3. 

Good time; Bill and Nick Traphole 
Brook . . . Room 19, Bedtimes, 
the stairs ... 66 Rambler 323 
. . . The Cape Vinn, Joe, Bill . . . 
Glad to be Free. 




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Mary Anne Lore 
23 Lenox Avenue 



'Buddy" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Mat 
Maid 1, 2 , 3; Senior Auction; 
Powder Puff Football; TIOT Typing 
Club; National Honor Society. 

Mark 4/24/74, S.P. — First song 
and dance — And I Love Her 
. . . Remember the dances? . . . 
Meet me? Call me? . . . Movies 
. . . Driving around . . . Good 
times (Deb, Lou, Lisa, Donna 4- 
Chip) . . . N.B. . . . BUBBA . . . 
La La La La . . . M.H. ... The 
Cape? 



Barbara J. Loughlin 
203 Richland Road 



"I', h.nl ■," 



Activities: Senior Auction; Powder 
Puff Football; Pulse; The Sociables 
1,2, 3; Bowling Club 3. 

The Great Escape . . . L.I.S. Mrs. 
Robinson . . . CALIFORNIA . . . 
Toll House Cookies and Cheese 
Cake . . . Humma-Humma . . . 
Knee Slapper in Room 1 50. 



Michael Loughnane 
310 Nichols St. 



Dennis L. Lustenberger 
26 Fieldbrook Drive 

Activities: Deca 1 





Cindy — May we be together forever 
. . . Hi to my great friend Jackie . . . 
Mr. Sullivan is number 1 . . . Fox is 
the man . . . Good luck to Mr. Use- 
vich. 



The Big L for LENA ... '67 
GOAT . . . Epping, New Hamp- 
shire . . .The HORSE. 



Mark A. Lukkarinen 
68 Craydon Road 

Activities: Band 1 . 

Buick Special Party Wagon 
tasket Runs 4- Zone Runs . 
dian Red at Customs. 



'Lukis" 



. Non- 
Cana- 



Margaret A. Lydon 
631 Nahatan St. 



"Peggy" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Auction; Softball 
2, 3; Girls' Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2; Marching Band 1, 2; 
Student Government Day 2. 

Dover Rd. . . . Frog — 9/1 /75 . . . 
Obie's Parties, 4:00 am, S.D. 6/6/ 
75, My Escapes . . . Diane's Car, The 
cops . . . B.B., Drive-in, HBR — 
Green GTO . . . You think every one 
likes you! My friends. 




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James H. Mackey Jr. 
50 Tamworth Road 

65 Mustang . . . "14.7D" 
N.E.D.W. . . . The V.M. 
Duece Coupe . . . I. C.F.I. 




Paul S. Malette 
51 Audubon Road 



Wilson St. . . . B 
Conspicuous Camaro?? 




Elizabeth A. Manna 
97 Longmeadow Road 



"Beth' 



Activities: Spanish Club 2; Year- 
book Staff; Big Brother-Big Sister. 

Washington, Lantana . . . Pru- 
dence . . . Troy, Deebs, and Hak- 
eems. 



Charles J. Marcelonis "Chuck" 
4 Malvern Road 

Activities: Football 1 . 

Willet . . . The Pit . . .1/12 
. . . Saturday nights . . . Bank 
Thighs. 




Julie A. Malacaria 
39 Granite Street 

Activities: Football Ticket Committee 
2; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Art Studio 3. 

Xaverian Show "75" . . . Summer of 
'75 with the Third Floor Cabaret Kids 
... Jr. + Sr. Proms "75" . . . Get- 
ting Lost In Dover With M.C. . . . 
Here's To F + J-L. . . U Mass. 



Susan D. Mandra 
29 Rock Street 



'Sue" 



Bahamas "75" — The Sandpiper 
. . . Mame's Apartment . . .9/14/ 
75. . .8/19/75. . . C.C., you're a 
M.A.R.GI! ... Jr. Prom — Dennis- 
port . . . The Himalaya. 




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John B. Moroney 
31 6 Lenox Street 



"Jock- 



Activities: Nationol Honor Soci- 
ety; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

The tire hydrant and a slippery 
road — 2/14/75 . . . S.P.F.C. 
C-S. M-F.T's . . . George Carlin 
. . . Chicago — Beach Boys . . . 
Parking lot 6/29/75 . . . Chi- 
cago Vl-Feelin Stronger Every 
Day. 



Kathleen R. Moroney "Kathi" 

9 Lancaster Lane 

Partying . . . Prescott . . . Week- 
ends at CC's. 




Steven C. Marsh 
49 Hoyle Street 



'Pout" 



Activities: Football 1,2,3; Honor Roll 
1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Spring Track 2, 
3; Boys' A. A., Representative 1, 2, 3; 
National Honor Society; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

Torino at Lokeview . . . The Spread 
. . . Football Camp 1,2, 2 1/2 . . . 
Band on the Run . . . Swift River. 



Carlos G. Martinez 
39 Concord Avenue 

I'd rather lose a minute in my life than 
my life in a minute. 





Susan B. Mazzola 
38 Fairview Road 



"Sue" 



Nicholas W. Mattei 
200 Engomore Lane 



"Nick" 



The Hut . . . "Eh-Eh" . . . Yes, 
Tull, E.L.P. Pink Floyd . . . Defi- 
nitely . . . W.G . . . Summer of 
75. 



Activities: Girls' Choir 1,2,3; 
Rifle Club 2, 3; Concert Chorale 
2, 3; Senior Class Play. 

Bob, 11-5-73 . . . "The Guys't 
Proms . . . Chicago/Beach Boys 
and El Bolero . . . Tiger Aarduark 
and noses . . . Riddles? . . . 
"Mazzoo" . . . 2, 5, 13, 18 . . . 
Debs . . . Growl? 



Sharon A. Marshalsea "Shoz" 

65 Margaret Street 

Activities: Senior Auction. 

June 11, 1974 — Capt. No. 30 '73 
. . . Sr. Prom '84 with K.M. + T.D.- 
Jr. Prom with S.M. + F.D. . . . R.H. 
The Truck — D.G. R.A.G.D. . . . 
N.H. Nuthouse P.H. Caddie H.H. — 
Bf. = T.W. . . . Manomet — The 
O.P. 



Ruth A. Martowska 
44 Access Road 

Activities: Drill Team 1 , 2, 3; Student 
Council Delegate 2; French Club 2, 3; 
Utopian Seminar 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 2, 3; Senior Auction; 
Tiot Associate Editor; Senior Play. 

Mental Beach and that little orange 
H.C. — Heyl . . .Chicago/Beach 
Boys Concert . . . TP/ 1 23 . . . Lost 
in Worcester? . . . You'll get the best 
of all . . . B.O.Y. . . . Orange Bowl 
75 . . . XB shows . . .all my friends. 



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Anne Mazzotta 
55 Pellana Road 



'Gianni" 



Peabody . . . Rockport . . . Field 
trips . . . Wedding . . . cars . . . 
N.T.S.V. . . . Italy . . . Gamma 
. When you do something 
right no one remembers; When 
you do something wrong no one 
forgets. 



Joseph Mazzotta 
55 Pellana Road 



'Joe" 



Iron Horse cook . . . "big-a-shot" 
. You gonna come in tonight 
or what?. . . "Talk" . . . S.W. 




Elizabeth McAuliffe 
5 Marion Avenue 



"Betty" 



Activities: Softball 1,2,3; Ice Hockey 
1 , 2, 3; Powder Puff Football; Senior 
Auction. 

Dennisport . . . good morning . . . 
How's ya mother? . . . The 3 stooges 
. . . "Dudley." 



Catherine M. McCabe "Cathy' ' 

35 Bird Road 

Activities: Student Council 1, 3; Stu- 
dent Government Day 2, Powder Puff 
Football; Senior Auction. 

March 2, 1 973 . . . top of the hub 
. C.H. R.m. IB . . . Good Morn- 
ing. . .KLAMPS. 




Robert F. McAuliffe 
5 Marion Avenue 

Activities: Gymnastics 1, 2, Tri-Cap- 
tain 3. 

Brockton ... the van .. . Dennis- 
port ... hey Chuck . . . Coaches — 
P.K.P. — S.H. 



Cheryl A. McCafferty 
1 9 Elm Street 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction. 



Summer of "74" . 
"75" . . . KLAMPS 
It's all over. 



. Summer of 
. parties . . . 



Barbara A. McCall 
4 Parkway 



'Bubbles" 



Buick special party wagon . . . 
Bicentennial Impala . . . Period 4 
sophomore year . . . Brant Rock 
"75". . . January 4th, 8th, 16th. 



Maryellen McCarthy 
1 30 Arnold Road 

Activities: Spanish Club 2; Girls' 
Track 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 
3. 

Did you come from South? . . . 
Summers down Nantasket . . . 
4th period Dorchester, Bruins, 
Friends . . . Spirit of "76" . . • 
Thank you Mom, Dad, and Nan. 




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Michael A. McClanahan "Zoona" 
1 55 Winslow Avenue 

O.D.A.D. . . . Bikes . . . Cross 
Country with Headly . . . Vans 
. . .X.L.C.H. 



Anne C. McColgan 
69 Garfield Avenue 

Activities: Tiot Typing Staff; Vol 
leyball 3; Senior Auction. 

Summer nites down the Cape . . 

Old Silver . . . Florida, Feb . . 

White Chevy . . . My family . . 
MGM1879. . .friends. 



Mary E. McCrossan 
48 Harrow Road 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1 ; Girls' 
Choir l;ConcertChorale 1, 2, 3; 
Girls' Barbershop 2; Madrigals 3; 
Brass Quintet 3; Southeast District 2, 
3; All-State Chorus 2, 3; Powder Puff 
Football 3; Orchestra 3. 



Is it serious doc? 
. . . Ma Brennan . 
"The Kid." 



. Now I get it 
Regional . . . 





Michael F. McDermott 
4 Heather Drive 

Activities: Chess Club 1, Captain 2, 3 
German Club 2; Senior Auction 3 
Hilltopper 3. 



"Germany! 



Tom T. McCusker 

"Tiny" 

576 Neponset Street 



"Humpa" and 



Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Key Club 
1, Vice President 2, President 3; Class 
President 3; National Honor Society 

Kangaroo Court . . . Spirit of "76" 
. . . Remember the F'ns . . . Remem- 
ber the Buzzard and Blum-Blum. 



Christopher J. McDonough "Chris" 
1 1 82 Washington Street 

Fur Bearing . . . Brain Damage. 



Activities: Volleyball 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3; Senior Auction. 

OHJO ... The Kids ... I Love 
you Daddy, 4/21/75 ... My 
Family . . . What is the beauty in 
birth, if we are only born to die. 




Melinda J. McDonough 
37 Hampden Drive 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1; Newspa- 
per 1, 2; German Club 1, 2, 3; 

Group Rep. for German Partner- 
ship in Koln; Drama Club 1; Sen- 
ior Play. 

Now I'm at the age when life 
becomes a rising curtain. My 
friends I'll say it clear, state my 
case of which I'm certain. I plan to 
live a life that's full, travel each 
and every highway. 

P. Anka. 




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Mark S. McGuire 
3 Surrey Road 

Activities: Senior Auction. 

M. of M. . . . Jin . . . 3, 75 . 
W.H. 



The 



Virginia M. McGuire 
16 Buckingham Rd. 



'Ginny" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 ; Girls' 
Hockey 2, 3; Track 2; Ski Club; Pow- 
derpuff Football; Senior Auction. 

"My Friends" . . . The Park . . . Joe 
who? . . . Chuckles and Giggles 
(MBFD) . . . Giant hamburger with P 
and D . . . Times in Tessie and water 
balloons in Cecilia. 



Joanne P. McGuire 
49 Elm Street 

Activities: Gymnastics 1 ; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3; Student Government 
Day 2; Powderpuff Football 3; 
Girls' Hockey 3; Senior Auction 3; 
Medical Explorers Club 3; A. A. 
Club 1 , 2, 3; The Sociables 1 , 2, 
3; National Honor Society 3; Sen- 
ior Class Play. 



(WJD 10/11/74 
twins . . . HFD . 
. . . BUS-angs 
DDD. 





Mickey" 



Activities: Newspaper 1 ; Powderpuff 
Football; Volleyball 3. 

OK Cowboy, money for gas? . . . 
WHATI ... p. walks 3rd . . . 
WAYNE. . .my friends. 



Susan L. Mclnnis 
1 5 Fourth Street 



"Sue" 



Francis J. McKeown 
2 1 Vernon Street 



"Wiff" 



Activities: Concert Band 1 ; March- 
ing Band 1, 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 
2, 3; Art Studio 3. 

Oh Alio . . . Jai Guru Dev. "I am 
on a lonely road, and I am travel- 
ing looking for the key to set me 
free." 

Joni Mitchell 



Activities: Tiot Associate Editor; 
Indoor Track 3; Outdoor Track 2, 
3; Student Government Day 3; 
Senior Auction; Coach, Powder- 
puff Football Team. 

PW. . .The Cape. . . 10/9/76 
. . . "The Boys" . . . decentll 
... do it Againl What did I do 
last night? 




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Michael T. McNeely 
3 Harrow Rd. 

Festina-Lente 
Everybody. 



. Good Luck ■ 



John P. McQuaid 
1 20 Gay Street 



'John-Boy" 



Activities: Track 2, 3; National Honor 
Society; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Auction; Rock-Em 3. 

Mort meet turns into Tony the Tiger 
. . . Brian, up periscope . . . kanga- 
mangus . . . Horseneck — "gimme 
the keys" . . . Imagine. 



Leah M. McKinnon 
202 Washington St. 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3; 
Concert Chorale 1, 2, 3; S.E. Dis- 
trict Chorus 1 , 2, 3; All-State Cho- 
rus 1, 2, 3; All-Eastern Chorus 2; 
Stage Band 1, 2; Girls' B'Shop 1, 
2, 3; Mustang Marching Band 1, 
2, 3; Patriots Pep Band 2; Riding 
Club. 

Sebago Lake State Park summer 
74-75. Summer of "74" on the 
"Gash" . . . BB's Midnight Blues 
tent talks. 



Thomas V. McNamara 
37 Alandale Pkwy. 



"Dudly" 



BEATLES! . 



Flats. 



•ii*>fS: 






David J. Metta "Zilla" 




37Morningside Dr. 


Alan J. Micale "Al' 




59 Lane Drive 


Activities: Basketball 1 , 2, 3. 






Activities: Soccer 2, 3. 


Long live the City of Boston . . . 




With a little help from my friends 


Barbs . . . Canada . . . The 


. . . M.U.F.B.E. . . . T.M.L — 


House . . . Doorknobs do fall off 


Janet. 





Philip E. McNulty 
1 9 Prescott Road 

Activities: Audio- Visual Club 1 . 



Paul F. Melling 
60 Audubon Rd. 

EVA 10/3/74 . . . B.J. S.Y.S. K.O. 
f.m. Field G.B. . . . Lemon Juice fight, 
Water faucet . . . "Dodge Darts 
Don't Swim" . . . "Lord of This 
World." 




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Francis J. Mulkern 
1 4 Prospect Ave. 



"Snappa" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 1, 2, 3. 

Elaine . . . 12/26/71 . . . E.W.B. 
Ya know . . . Sociable . . . person- 
als .. . Frosty Cold . . . Are you 
ready? . . . Swamp # 1 . . . F.M. 
. . .The Wall. . . It's cold in here. 



Thomas J. Muniz 
22 Eisenhower Road 



"T" 



"70 Mustang . . . Chinkin' 75 . . . 
Wickedll . . . Friendly's, of course 
. . .The Cape. . . C-BB-6/29/75. 



Mary Ellen Morse 
43 Plimpton Avenue 

Activities: Sociables 1 , 2; Typing 
Club 2; National Honor Society 1, 
2,3. 

P.e.t.e.r . . .5/11/74. . .1 
believe in you N.Y. . . . Blue 
Mustang ... 3 old F's ... Or 
something. 




Pulse inc . . . Painting Crew . . . 
Oldham . . . Honky Tonk Woman! 
. . . Maybe you should! . . . P.S.T. 



Patricia M. Murphy 
40 Deerfield Road 



"Patty" 



Activities: Hockey 2, 3; Powderpuff 
Football; Ski Club; Track 2; Senior 
Auction. 

6:30 Kitty Anderson — Giant Ham- 
burger with pals D + G . . - "East- 
ham — wouldn't it be nice — m.v.? 
. . .4/25/75-18-?? . . . He ain't 
Heavy . . . The Park. 




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.. 




Richard L. Murphy 
84 Sunnyside Road 



"Murph" 



The Gas Station . . . Me and My 
GTX . . . Summer Nationals Eng- 
lish Town, NJ . . . Getting 
Caught . . . Parties at O'B's. 



Deborah L. Murray 
7 Sherwood Drive 



Debbie" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; 
Powder Puff; Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3; 
Ski Club. 

Mike 9/21/74 . . . Donny's Cel- 
lar. . . G.S.P.G.B.H.F. . . . Little 
Boy Charlie . . . Horseneck . . . 
Sherry Hill Night . . . Summer of 
"75" . . .Tor Babies. 




Patricia J. Murray 
771 Neponset Street 



'Muzz" 



Activities: Drill Team 1 , 2, Co-Captain 
3; National Honor Society, President 
3; Utopian Societies in Literature; Tiot 
Assoc. Editor 3. 

Black Lotus . . . OGI-WBM . . . 
Heathcliff . . . Colour My World . . . 
C/BB-6/29/75 . . . R.B. Forever 
. . . "When the world and I were 
young, just yesterday, life was such a 
simple game, a child could play." 

— David Jones 



Celeste Ann Muscatiello 
24 Lancaster Lane 

Activities: German Club 2; Concert 
Band 1 ; National Honor Society. 

C.J.W. 1/6/75 . . . C.P. and S.P. 
. . . "Westward" . . . Musk . . . 
Pink Roses. . . L.F.A.A.D. 





Larry J. Neiterman 
1 21 Devon Road 

Activities: Soccer 1 , 2, 3; Tennis 2, 
3; Math Team 1, 2, 3; Utopian 
Societies in Literature 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Hon- 
ors Banquet 1, 2, 3. 

Where have all the Bailey's gone? 
... "I went to the King Don 
School of Discipline." G.P. ... I 
got a D in English and that was 
average . . . Hey Dave how 
many penalties did you get yester- 
day? Let's go Boobah! 



Lynne M. Nickerson 
65 Jacobsen Drive 

Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; 
Girls' Choir 1 , 2, 3; Powder Puff 
Football; Senior Auction; Utopian 
Societies in Literature 2, 3; The 
Sociables 1 , 2, 3; Class Secretary 
1; Pulse 3; Hilltopper 1; Bowling 
Team Secretary 1, 2, 3. 

The Park — MSC and Tollhouse 
Cookies . . . Mary's and the 
Cape . . . Ocean Park with P.D. 
Thanks Mon . . . Typical Nor- 
wood Night. 



Stephen Murray 
60 Neponset Street 



'Murray" 



North Norwood . . . Pumphouse 
. . . Skip-Ya . . . 66, Taxi. 



Joseph P. Nardelli 
324 Lenox Street 



"Joe" 



Activities: Football 1; Indoor Track 2, 
3; Baseball 1,2,3. 



9/13/75 
Pie. 



Texas 



Blueberry 




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David A. Norton 
39 Chatham Road 



"Boy" 



Burr Strikes Again . . . Mt. Washing- 
ton, keep it awhile . . . Barnstable, 
the Fort . . . C.C., The Brown Bomber 
. . . LH. Queen. 



Dennis M. O'Brien 
43 Phillips Avenue 



"O'Bie" 



G.F.U. . . . Right ! — Kingston . . . 
Summer of "75" . . . The Station, 
August 16 . . . Birch Mountain . . . 
Getting Caught. 



Lisa L. Nolan 
67 Arnold Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 
Powder Puff Football 3. 



2, 3; 



Linda M. Nordblom 
7 Grant Avenue 

Activities: Tiot Typing Committee; 
Senior Auction. 



Good times with Donna, Mary- 
Anne . . . Soaked and Sticky 
from the Bowling alley to the A&P 
(Mental). . .Star. . . H.S. 



7/12/75 


. . . J and G . . . 


Egore . . 


. M.G.M. ... The 


Grave . . 


. P-Rip off . . . Horse 


Badorties . 


. . The Parties ... Hi 


Kiddo . . 


Number 7 . . . Dun- 


garees . . 


. The Truck . . . Owe 



Me A. 



. pa rf aits. 





KathyM. O'Brien 
29 Florence Avenue 



"0'Bie" 



Activities: Field Hockey 1 , 2, 3; 
Softball 2; Powder Puff Football; 
Girls' Choir 1 ; Concert Chorale 2, 
3; Spanish Club 2; Senior Auction; 
Pep Club 1,2, 3; Roll-Em 3. 

STEVE 1 1 /28/74 . . . MAXWELL 
STAR . . . Beach Boys 6/29/75 
#7 . . . Dover Rd . . . Frog 
. . . 9/1/75 . . . Peggy's Esca- 
pades, 4 a.m.!!! 



Michael F. O'Brien "0'B" 

22 Codman Road 

Activities: Soccer 1 . 

North Norwood . . . Pumphouse 
. . . Anne ... I don't know . . . 
68 Chevy . . . MAXWELL . . . 
Dover Rd . . . Skip ya . . . Rat 
Racing. 




Paul F. Norton 
89 Casey Street 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Ger- 
man-American Partnership Program 
2. 

T.O.O.T.S. ... 6th Lunch . . . 
Deutschl and "75" . . . Gerd's 
Fevers mit M. Land Kolsch . . . The 
Rubber Plant . . . Na Ja! 



Kathleen F. O'Brien 
35 Deerfield Road 



'Kathy" 



Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3. 

Summer nites . . . drive-ins . . . 
Bumper Cars, kick the wall . . . N.B. 
— "74" with Anne H.P. with J. and F. 
. . . That's what he said . . . Ey 
Keeds . . . Igor ey? 




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Maureen S. O'Day 
8 Chickering Road 



'Mau 



Activities: Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; National 
Honor Society; French Club 1 , 2, 3; 
The Sociables 1 , 2, 3; Powder Puff 
Football; Senior Auction. 

Do o little dance . . . M and D . . . 
Hey Marcial . . . #6 . . . The Parro- 
teers . . . Wild, wild horses, we'll ride 
them someday. 



Nancy M. Olshan 
210 Sumner Street 

Activities; Student Council 1 , 2; Band 
1 , 2; National Honor Society; Senior 
Auction; Powder Puff Football; Vol- 
leyball Team 3. 

So little Done, with so much to do 
. . . "The Best of My love" . . . 
P.B.T. — 11/19/74. 




Thomas O'Brien 
1 20 Pleasant Street 

Activities; Wrestling 1 , 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3. 

Oldham . . . W. Dennis . . . 
MMA . . . D.S. . . . 6/7/75. 



James H. O'Connell 
40 Endicott Street 

Queen ... 101 . . 
ington . . . O.B. 



"Oakie 



Mt. Wash- 




James E. O'Neil 
8 Highland Street 



"Jim" 



James M. O'Malley 
41 Hill Street 



"Jim" 



Activities: National Honor Soci- 
ety. 



Soko's . 



-76: 



Activities: Indoor Track 1, 2, Co- 
Captain 3; Baseball 1,2,3; Foot- 
ball 3; Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 
1, 2; National Honor Society. 

Oh no, it's wired — honk . . .All 
night for y'self . . . Not here, but 
often . . . Don't call me Doc! 
. . . The guy and see you later. 




Mary-Lisa Oliverio 
23 Bonney Lane 



"Lisa" 



Activities: Powder Puff Football; Sen- 
ior Auction; Sociable Club 1, 2, Chair- 
man 3. 

12-22-73 Brendan . . . Cabin 45; 
"P" town . . . GMKI . . . Tollhouse 
Cookies . . . T. and TH'S over Mel- 
lies. 



Cindy L. Olson 

21 Carpenter Street 



"Cin" 



Activities: Bowling Team, Vice-Presi- 
dent; The Sociables; Senior Auction; 
Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball. 

W.E.W. 8/21/74 ... ZEB ... the 
corner . . . Scrambled eggs . . . 
Dover Rd. 




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Karen O'Neil 
71 Devon Road 

Doing the bump . . . Saturday 
nights . . . Hot Fudge Sundaes 
. . . Bowling . . . Lorraine's par- 
ties . . . Rah, Rah, Rossi . . . Col- 
our My World. 



Mary Orme 
76 Beech Street 

Activities: Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3 
Sociables 1 , 2, 3; Senior Auction 
Bowling Team, President 1, 2, 3, 
Powder Puff Football. 

Barrels on 24 . . . Cotuit . . . 
C.S.N.Y — Msc and Toll House 
Cookies . . . Dover Rd — The 
Park . . . Mom and Dad . . . 
Tschuss . . . Water balloons + 
Motorcycles don't mix. 




Erin O'Toole 

47 Azalea Drive 

Chocolate Chip Cookies . . . T.W.L. 
. . . 7/17/74 . . . that's personal 
. . . puns . . . Anne tripping . . . 
Atupxet . . . Mama Mia's Pizzaria 
. . . Dave's driveway . . . Pooh . . . 
Germany. 



Activities: Swim Team 1 , 3; Girls' 
Track 2, 3; Powderpuff Football 3; 
Senior Auction 3. 

SMU 3/7-3/9 . . . 5/25/74 — 
(W.G./Mylod Field) . . . "zero" . . . 
6/7/74 — S.P. . . . 5/23/75 — 
(C.V.S.T. + Ofus) . . . "Derjenots." 



Cheryl A. Ottino 
27 Roxana Street 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 3; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; 
Powderpuff Football; Senior Auction. 

The"B-DOK'S" . . . I believe it! . . . 

that contagious smile . . ."zero" 
. . . 7th Period (jr. yr.) . . . benchie 
. . . Friends. 





Nancy A. Palie 
33 Myrtle Street 



"Nance" 



Activities: Girls' Ice Hockey 1 , 
Powder Puff Football 3. 

M + DJ.P — Mac's . . . "Good 
Morning" . . . When the going gets 
tough, the tough gets going ... Ski 
73, 74, 75. 



Francis J. Parise 
67 Croydon Road 



'Fran" 



Activities: Swim Team 2; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2; Stage Band 2. 

Shattuck Park 9/3/75 . . . Mau- 
reen . . . Jethro Tull ... 3 Dum- 
bos . . . Scuba Diving. 



Lynne E. Parisi 
35 Orleans Road 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2; 
Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 3; Gymnas- 
tics 1 , 2, 3; National Honor Soci- 
ety 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Powder 
Puff Football; Senior Auction. 

6/29 + 30/75 B.B. + C. — 

License . . . Me + Slob-doub. w 
/T + J . . . Music . . . Parade 
by the corner — good times. 




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107 




Activities: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Mat 
Maid 1, President 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil 1; Powder Puff Football; Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3; Senior Auction; Ski 
Club 2. 

RJ.M. . . . 11/9/73 ... the sun- 
shine of my life . . . thanks dad for 
the L.M.B.C. . . . "because" at the 
Cape we love N.E.H.O.P. . . . cous- 
ins are forever C.M.W. 



Lynn E. Petrovick 
57 Richland Road 

B.B.A.A.S. . . . "our Alley" and the 
Park . . .1/2 stairs, 1 /2 floor? . . . 
P.B.'s out the window . . . On a 
bridge? . . . Long awaited Fridays 
. . . Catch ya later . . .5/17/74. 




David C. Phalen 
34 Chickering Road 



'Dave" 



Activities: Soccer 1 , 2, 3; Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; Utopian Soci- 
eties in Literature 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 2, 3; Honors Ban- 
quet 1,2,3. 

J.G. I know the way . . . Isley — 
350. . . J.R. . . .B.S.L. 



Stephen J. Phalen 
223 WinslowAve. 

390 Ford Galaxie . . . 
. . . Can-Am Canada. 



OH! . . . Red Sox, Ali, and Elton are 
#1 . . . AJ's ... "I said I was 
sorry, so shut up" . . . Three Stooges 
. . .2/17/75. 



Marianne F. Pezwick 
329 Sumner Street 



"Woody" 



Activities: German Club 1, 2, 3; Nor- 
wood-Cologne Exchange Program; 
Gymnastic Manager 1; Track 1 , 2, 3; 
Student Football Ticket Assistant; Hill- 
topper; Senior Play. 

Wood Nymphs forever . . . Make an 
Ocean Wave and Rock it . . . Ger- 
many: fish, down, down, Hoss ... 7 
in a phone booth. 



The Shed 




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Charlotte M. Pink 

1 33 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Concert Band 1, 2; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Utopian 
Societies in Literature 2, 3; Senior 
Auction. 

Disneyworld . . . B.O.Y. . . . Chi- 
cago/Beach Boys Concert, 6/29/75 
. . . fruit . . . what rock? . . . Lake- 
ville B.N.O. 



Nicolas T. Pitaro "Rabbit" 

284 Lenox Street 

Activities: Wrestling 1, 2. 

Wood Shop . . . The Gang . . . The 
Cat . . . The Hut . . . Falmouth . . . 
Spirit of '76 . . . Canada. 



Teresa F. Phillips 
51 Geraldine Drive 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1, 2; 
Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3; District 1, 
2, 3; All-State 2, 3; GYBSO 1 , 2, 
3; MYWE 3; Tanglewood 1 , 2, 3; 
Field Hockey 1; Math Team 1, 2, 
3; National Honor Society 2, 3. 

How old are you anyways, Moon? 
... The shed 8/13/75 
O.G.A.N. . . . P.L. Sounds like a 
good time . . . That's not too 
absurd. 




Everett Pierce 
20 Oxford Road 

Summer of "75" 
. . . Spirit of "76" 
. . .TheCal. 



"Piercsky" 



68 Nova 
. Cooper 





Ellen T. Plausky 
26 Pleasant Court 

Activities: Art Club 1, 2; Newspa- 
per Staff 1 , 3; Girls' Choir 1 , 2; 
Concert Chorale 3; Yoga Club 2; 
Track Team 1 , 2, 3; Senior Play. 

J. C.S. 6/13/74 . . .Valentine 
Poetry — 3rd . . . too many 
decisions and hurdles . . . funny 
stories? 



Anne E. Poce 
268 Vernon Street 

Activities: Color Guard 1 , 2, 3; 
Concert Chorale 1 , 2; Girls' Choir 
2, 3; Madrigals 3; Barbershop 3; 
National Honor Society 2, Trea- 
surer 3; ACSP 1; Orange Bowl 
'74; Senior Play. 

Mornin' Sunshine . . . Papa 
Ginos . . . Keep on Smilin'l . . . 
"I like you because you like me 
like I am." CIAO ... Be Your- 
self. 



Janice M. Pink 
1 33 Ridgewood 



"Jan" 



Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3; Concert Band 1 ; Wind Ensemble 2; 
Senior Auction; German Club 1 , 2, 3; 
Powder Puff Football. 

Locker Capers . . . Lakeville B.N.O. 
. . . Math with Miller . . . Germany 
. . . B.O.Y. . . . Disneyworld . . . 
Fruit . . . Klassel 



Edward J. Pitman 

86 Longwood Terrace 

Activities: Girls' Powder Puff Football 
Coach 2, 3. 

Tuesday and Thursday over the Por- 
ters. 




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Michael J. Poskus 
30 North Avenue 



"Mike" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, Tri-Captain 3. 

Debbie 9/21 /74 . . . Donny's Cellar 
. . . G.S.P.G.H.F. . . . Horseneck 
. . . Charlotte . . . Sherry Hill night. 



Leanne M. Power 
34 Granite Street 



"Lee-Lee" 



Activities: Powderpuff Football; Sen- 
ior Play; Senior Auction; Girls' Choir 
1 , 2; Tiot Typing and Advertising 
Committees; The Sociables 1 , 2, Trea- 
surer 3. 

Who's Wndy??? T.L.O.T.N.W. . . . 
Cabin 45, R and C. w/ Millie . . . 
Beware of W.V.I . . . Bunny B.B. and 
Boochie, N.Y.E. 73' and 74' . . . C.F. 
— Hug a tree . . . Blue Hills. 



Mary Ellen Porter 
7 Hillcrest Road 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
The Sociables 1, 2, President 3; 
Senior Auction. 

K.M. 8/12/73 . . . Cabin #45, 
Rte 1 34 . . . R and C w/Lee . . . 
Salem . . . o.s.w.h. . . . B. w/ED 
. . . "Wilt" . . . "P" Town. 





Stephen J. Powers 
1 66 Ridgewood Drive 



"Steve" 



Activities: Baseball 1 , 2, 3; Basketball 
1 ; Senior Class Auction. 



5/75 Tims Rotary . 
. . . Of. Bishop . . 



. . 6/29/75 D.H. 
. Time to leave. 



Thomas J. Powers 
291 Winter Street 



"Tom" 



Activities: Hockey; Honor Roll 1, 
2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3. 

Buckles, Buckles, Everywhere . . . 
Sixth period snooze . . . S.M. 
. . . Quiet Please . . . por finl 



Karen Jeanne Pucci 
5 Manchester Road 

Activities: Class Officer 1, 2, 3; 
Girls' Track 1 ; J.V. Cheerleader 1 , 
2; Concert Chorale 1 , 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 2; Mat Maid 1 , 2, 3; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

Joey 4/20/74 ... The Pontiac 
with 46 . . . Pat's games with 
everyone . . . GDWMF and WJ 
. . . "Kid Dynomite." 




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Robert B. Pugh 
61 Emerson Drive 



"Jethro" 



Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Big 
Brother 2, 3. 

Always put off what you can do 
today till tomorrow . . . One 
must study to graduate . . . Part- 
ing is such sweet sorrow . . . 
Every cloud has a silver lining. 



JoAnn E. Puopolo 

810 Providence Highway 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1,2,3; 
Powder Puff Football; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

Poops . . . Happy Meadows . . . 
21st Lancers . . . Wold W-O-L-D 
. . . Summer of "75." 



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James Putney 

280 Ridgewood Drive 



Denise E. Racine 

1 55 Winslow Avenue 



Dee" 



Activities: Concert Chorale 1 ; Powder 
Puff Football. 

Mark 6-1 2-74. . . See Mom and 
Dad, I did itl . . . Creature . . . 
GiGi's . . . Run Thero . . . Precious 
and Few . . . J and K 1 2-27-74 . . . 
1969 Mustang Mach 1. 





Atdo J. Quattrocchi 
30 Granite Street 



"Drac" 



OLDHAM ... THE WALL . . . C.C. 
. . . Morshfield . . . Tastee Tower 
. . . G.S. ... The Boat . . . N.S. 



Jean L. Ravens 
72 Croydon Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, Co- 
Captain 3; Basketball 1 , 2; Ice 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Math Team 2, 3; Band 1 , 2, 3; 
Student Council Delegate 1 , 2, 3; 
Senior Class Secretary; Yearbook 
Editor; National Honor Society; 
Senior Auction; Senior Play. 

Nantucket Island . . . Orange 
Bowl 75 . . . Trub's Yickies . . . 
Murtle . . . Beach Boys — Chi- 
cago Concert . . . B.N.O. 



Milissa A. Reagan "Missy Lissa" 
67 Winter Street 

Activities: Track 1 ; Pep Squad 
Senior Auction; Student Council 2 
Soph. TreTsurer; Junior President 
Girls' Choir 1 , 2, 3; Barber Shop 
3; Student Government Day 2; 
Honor Roll 1, 2; South East Dis- 
trict 2. 

I Love you Mary . . . "Love the 
One you're with." Cowgirl 
C.S.N.Y. . . . Punka Shoxn . . . 
Summer of '75. 



Robert L. Rohn 
16 Norwich Road 



Rob- 




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Deborah Ann Redmond 
41 Garden Parkway 



Debbie" 



Constance A. Reddick 
57 Crestwood Circle 



"Connie" 



Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 
Team 3; Powderpuff Football 3. 

Plymouth, Sailing the Sunfish . . . 
Orange Bowl '75' . . . Frogs . . . 
Rainbow Ball . . . "Pickles." 



Activities: Powderpuff Football; 
Sociables 1 , 2, 3; Pep Squad 1 , 2, 
3; Bowling Team Treasurer 1, 2, 
3; Senior Auction; Tiot Typing 
Committee; Tiot Advertising Com- 
mittee. 

Coat hanger in the mouth (MSC) 
— The Park . . . Hey if they can't 
take a joke . . . Barrels on 24 
(how lucky can you get) . . . 
Kadeb 6/18/74 . . . Donny, 
August 16, 1974. 



Lynn A. Reid 

907 Washington Street 



Mary P. Riley 

4 Railroad Avenue 



Wayne 4-4-75 ... The Field . . . 
Asking for Jumps . . . Gooking with 
Moosh and T.S. . . . Sanfranciscan 
Nights . . . "Friends" . . . Camping 
with my family . . . S.F.A.W.W.W. 





Paul J. Rielly 

14 Garfield Avenue 



'Bruno" 



O'Malley's Hip . . . Big Splash 
Clark's Tank's But No Tanks . 
Elton and the Boys are No. 1 . 



"Mae" 



Stephen G. Riley 
90 Westview Drive 



"Riles" 



C.A.M. . . . Cuda Power . . . Emo 
. . . Hello Bub . . . When you do it 
right they all forget . . . When you 
do it wrong they all remember. 




Paul E. Rizzo 
2 Syivan Circle 

N.H.O.D. . . .Ski 93. 
of 76." 



'Spirit 



Diane L. Rogers 
121 Codman Road 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
Senior Auction; Pep Club; Volley- 
ball Team. 

Hyannis, 6/28/75 — Brighton 
B's, T.D. 2:a.m.!l . . . Obie's Par- 
ties, S.D., 6/6/75 — Peggy's 
Escapades and A.M. . . . Drive- 
in, H.B.R., Green GTO . . . Road- 
Closed, My car, Gloria. 




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Thomas R. SanGiacomo 
60 Croydon Road 



"Tom" 



Activities: Soccer 1 , 2, 3; Tennis 1 , 
2, 3; Marching Band 1,2,3; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 1; 
Jazz Ensemble 2, 3; Patriots Pep 
Band 2, 3; Sax Quartet 2, 3. 

Orange Bowl Bound . . . Mr. A. 
. . . The Space Cadets . . . 
M.E.S. . . . The Greatest . . . 
Band Camp . . . Tommy, Chip, 



Linda M. Santor 
1 1 Bird Road 

21st Canada. . . The Mauzz and 
Babs . . . T.G. 8/8/75 . . . 
Washington w/Crystal 73 . . . 

My friends. 



George Sarnie 

1 99 Ridgewood Drive 



Marie E. Sarris 
46 Orleans Road 

M and D . . . Summertime party . . . 
Blotter and Friends, T. . . .3 stooges 
. . . Love that Gold . . . Burr . . . 
"There's still time to change the road 
you're on." 

Led Zeppelin 






Joanne G. Sarno 
54 Elliot Street 

Activities: Concert Chorale 1 , 2, 3; 
German Club 1; Girls' Hockey 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Powder Puff Football- 
Decoration Committee; Senior Auc- 
tion; Roll-Em 3. 

What da ya wanna do? I'm babysit- 
ting . . . B.B./c 6/29/75. . .7/21/ 
75 Patty Sue, Nora and Tria. 



Mikal Scales 

4 Westover Parkway 



Karen M. Schmidt 
27 Greenwich Road 



"Schmitty" 



Mark F. Scanlon 
36 Highview Street 

Free period parties . . . Canadian 
Red. . . . Giv mir ein bier bitle 
. . . Toasted. 



Activities: Drill Team 1 , 2, 3; Bar- 
bershop 3; Concert Chorale 2; 
Girls' Choir 3; National Honor 
Society; Tiot Editor; Powderpuff 
Football; Matt Maid 2, 3; Riding 
Club 3, President 3. 

Sebago Lake State Park Summer 
74-75 ... The Pit. . . B.B.'s 
. . . Midnight Blues Tent Talks. 




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Susan M. Schramm 
49 Jacobsen Drive 



'Sue" 



Activities: Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 3; 
Marching Band 1 , 2, 3; Pat" s Pep 
Band 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 3; 
Art Club 1 ; National Honor Society 2, 
3; Senior Play. 

Bowl Bound Champ's 74-75 . . . Intu- 
ition . . . Fingernail and Tennisballs 
. . . Hyper-What? . . . Locker 178 
. . . Smiley . . . #44 . . . 1 0« 

Please. 



Paul Brian Shagoury 
547 Nichols Street 



"Shags" 



Activities: Football 1; Indoor Track 1, 
2, 3; Outdoor Trock 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Auction; Key Club 3; Rock-Em Boys 3. 

OHIO ST. # 1 . . . Blue Bomb . . . 
The Elms . . . "Spirit of '76' "... 
HuttleUp?. . .The Pit. . . Michs. 



George F. Schramm 
49 Jacobsen Drive 

Activities: Football 1; Marching 
Band 1,2,3; Wind Ensemble 1 , 2, 
3; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Pat's 
Pep Band 2, 3; Brass Quintet 3. 

6/20/75 Another Beginning . . . 
We're #11. . .Orange Bowl 
'74 . . . Harry!! . . . Pudding!? 
. . . Raunchmeyer . . . Make it 
happen . . . Bond Camp . . . The 
Bob Hall incident. 



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BILLY R. . . . 7/4/74 . . . Libra- 
Pisces . . . Koze . . . Star Market 
. . . Little Spaz . . . 6/9/75 . . . 
N.M.A. . . . Sunshine. 



Thomas Shaughnessy "Bonna" 
52 Florence Avenue 



Activities: Hockey 1 , 2, 3. 



The Plane. 



Joseph D. Sheehan "Joe" 

37 Heather Drive 

N.H. W.O.D. ... The Hut .. . 
U.F.T.B. . . .The Circle. 




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Elizabeth F. Shepherd 
16 Codman Rd. 



"Betty 



Joyce A. Shellmer 
392 Walpole St. 

Activities: Track 1; Spanish Club 
2; Ski Club 2, 3; Concert Chorale 
3; Powder Puff Football; Senior 
Auction. 



Activities: National Honor Society 
2, Secretary 3; Student Council 
Delegate 2; Concert Band 1, 2; 
Utopian Seminar; Senior Auction. 

Disney World ... I LOVE Flannel 
... I gotta see the gooses . . . 
B.O.Y. . . . What Rock? . . . 
You're going the wrong way . . . 
YOO-HOO . . . Frizzo . . . Fruit. 



Steven M. Sherman "Sher" 

93 Cross Street 

Activities: Wrestling 2, 3. 

The Shack of 75 . . . "What you get 
out of life is what you put into it." 



Michael M. Sinibaldi 
4 Burnley Rd. 



"Sino" 



Activities: Stage Band 2, 3; Patriots 
Pep Band 2, 3. 






George Smith 
63 Howard Street 

End of the beginning — June 
1976. 



Suzanne M. Smith 
69 Rock Street 

Activities: Girls' Hockey 1, 2, 3. 

714 RLF . . . be in early . 
SATO . . . BATN FUTPPATT . 
Summer of 73. 



Kathleen M. Shield 
330 Sumner St. 



'Kathy" 



You create your own reality. If you 
believe life is beautiful it will be . . . 
And the seasons go round and round; 
painted ponies go up and down; 
we're kept upon a carousel of time; 
we can't return, we can only look 
behind from where we came; and go 
round and round in the circle game. 



Frederick G. Slade 
60 Garfield Ave. 



"Fred" 



66 Mustang . . . JEP 4/13/74 . . . 
Senior Prom "74" . . . Get off my 
back . . . "Only Friends" . . . Wild 
weekend on the Cape. 





Nonglux Sopchokchai 
402 Bahama Drive 



'Lux 



Love is a family — the smallest 
community, the greatest security, 
the dearest possession . . . the 
warmth of familiar voices around 
the table, a sharing of life. 



Paula M. Soracco 
8 Garden Parkway 

Activities: Band 1 , 2. 

Little friends may prove to be 
great friends ... To Live and 
Work as if each day were to be 
your last. 



Nicholas Souris 


"Nick" 


14 Clark St. 




Activities: Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor 


Track 2, 3; Football 3 




Summer of '75 . . 


. Maine . . . 


Down the Cape . . . 


Pink Floyd . . . 


Yes H.F.C. 





Kenneth R. Sugarman 
2505 Village Rd. West 



"Bear' 



Activities: Concert Band 1,2, 3; Con- 
cert Band Librarian 1 . 

Tony C's and the beach . . . Asix of 
Mich . . . The Chase . . . Slap me 
Five on the right hand side . . . "Any- 
body need a ride" . . . B.S.A. 





Vicki Lynn Sullivan 
73 Hampden Dr. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 . 

4/6/75 . . . Buster . . . Summer 
1975. . . Goodbye Norwood 
High!! . . . "See Ya Later." 




John Stapleton "Jack" 

189 Roosevelt Ave. 

Activities: Outdoor Track 2, 3. 

North Norwood . . . Pump House 
. . . Burgers . . . Jessie Snig . . . 
Sove. 



Kathleen M. Sullivan 
41 Howard Street 



"Sull 



Activities: Concert Band 1 , 2; Wind 
Ensemble 3; National Honor Society 
1 , 2, 3; Marching Band 1 , 2, 3; News- 
paper Staff 3; Powder Puff Football 
3; Drama Club 3; Softball 1, 2; Judo 
Club 1 . 



Bowl Bound Band . 
. . .Colorado 75!!. 



X-Mass Parties 



Philip C. Swain 
20 Marlboro St. 

Activities: Track 1; National 
Honor Society 2, 3; Utopian Soci- 
eties in Literature 2, 3; Tiot Editor- 
in-Chief. 

19 3/4 . . . Hurricane Island — 
Outward Bound . . . The Bomb 
. . . The Crew. 





Ronald E. Swanson 
150 Lincoln Street 

Activities: Chess Club 1 

If it's easy, take it twice 



Roger A. Syverson 
68 Elm Street 

Activities: Marching Band 1, 2; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2; Concert Chorale 3; 
Madrigals 3. 

7/2/74. . .7/2/78. . . Big D . . . 
Pontiac Rd . . . Things are only as 
hard as you make them. 




Philip B. Taube 
66 Neponset Street 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 
3; Key Club 1,2, 3. 

11/19/74. . . Good Fridays — The 
Woods . . . Michs . . . M.B.B. 
68 0ldsM.M. . . . 185 Feet. 



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Ellen M. Tibert 
49 Wood Drive 

Activities: Girls' Track 1 ; Hilltopper 1 ; 
Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Notional 
Honor Society 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 
2,3. 

"And the seasons, they go round and 
round. And the painted ponies go up 
and down. We're captive on a car- 
ousel of time. We can't return. We 
can only look behind from where we 
came and go round and round in the 
circle game." 

Joni Mitchell 



Stephen Tomasello 
5 Jacobs Road 



'Chucka" 



5/ 1 0/20 Karen ... All my friends P. 
Joint. . .THE WALLII The Ledge 
. . . Welcome Home C.J.T. 140 Ver- 
non Street. 




Mark W. Thompson 
245 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; 
Outdoor Track 1 , 2, Captain 3. 

8/17/73 . . . Ruthie's ... The 
hill. . . I didn't even see it. 



James P. Thornton 
1 7 Oxford Road 



"Jim" 



Activities: Swimming 1 ; Spring 
Track I; Cross Country 2; Indoor 
Track 2, 3. 

The Grove . . . Horseneck . . . 
Water fights with C.B. . . . SM!T- 
TY'SII. 




Leslie J. Trainor 
34 Emerson Drive 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1; Concert 
Chorale 2, 3; Newspaper 1; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Pow- 
der Puff Football; Senior Auction; 
Roll-Em 3; Senior Play. 

B.N.O. and My friends . . . 
Beach Boys/Chicago Concert 
. . . O.B.M.V. — Summer of 
"75" . . . 3/21/75 and 6/6/75 
. . . yellow V.W. What are we 
gonna do tonight?! 

Dennisport. 



Robert P. Trask 

23 Fieldbrook Drive 



"Bob" 




Gayle K. Tinnell 
40 Laurel Road 

Activities: Art Club 1 . 

10/11/73 . . . S's B.J. and G'j D.J. 
. . . M.T.'s RED'S . . . Gordons . . . 
Period 6 with L and L. 



Joan M. Trainor 
1 07 Day Street 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 , 2, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; Basketball 1 , 2, 3; Softball 1 , 
2, 3; Concert Chorale 1 , 2, 3; Roll-Em 
3. 

9/5/75 . . . Dover Road . . . Work- 
ing with Maurita . . . Summer of '75 
. . . N.A.M.W.T.B.K. — L.M.B.T. and 
L.D.J.P.M.J.L.K.A. 



Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Indoor 
Track 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; 
Rock-Em 3. 

The Pit . . . the train is going 
backwards . . . Hurdlers up . . . 
the Cape . . . Saturday night at 
the trotters . . . I no speak. 




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Deleta C. Uradnik "Dee" 

645 Washington Street Walpole 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 ; Softball 1 ; 
Powder Puff Football 1; Senior Auc- 
tion; Tiot Typing Staff. 

9/17/75 . . . Whoooooa Girll . . . 
Walpole . . . MISTY . . . Rockport 
. . . Bowling . . . Tennis just isn't my 
racket. . . 11/16/75. 



Cheryl L. Vezina 
56 Endicott St. 

Activities: Tiot Typing Staff; Powder 
puff Football; Volleyball, Manager 
Senior Auction. 

Florida . . . 1 25 . . . Walking in 
Rhythm . . . Yup, down the Cape. 




Deborah A. Troiani 
585 Nichols St. 



"Debbie" 



Activities: Track 1 ; Ski Club; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

What a party! . . . Joyce's 
Cabana . . . B.W.C. and B. . . . 
The park . . . Banells on 24 . . . 
The great escape N.H. . . . 
M.J.M. and B. 



James J. Turner "Jim" 

531 NahatanSt. 

Activities: Hockey. 

What can I say — I don't know 
myself. 





Debra I. Venterosa 
209 Richland Rd. 



"Debby" 



Activities: D.E.C.A. 3; Bookstore 3; 
Powder Puff Football. 

M.G. 10/6/73 — #44 . . . Mike 
Gulla — N.H. — F.M. Road . . . 
Stuck in the mud D.M. . . . Senior 
Prom — M.G. — Semi-Formal . . . 
Excuses, Excuses, Excuses. 



William A. Walker 
41 Cedar Street 



"Pickles" 



Activities: Baseball 1 , 2, 3; Basketball 
1 , 2, Captain 3; Key Club; Rock-Em 3. 

Nantasket . . . Gimme a Bat . . . 
Once is Not Enough . . . B.A.B.'S Lul- 
laby . . . Kilroy was there . . . Sweet 
Emotion. 



Barbara J. Walsh 
105 Garden Pkwy. 



"Walsha" 



Activities: Art Club I; Girls' Choir 
1 ; Concert Chorale 2, 3. 

"Hey Whippie" . . . B.N.O. 4/5 
/75. . . O.B.M.V. . . .3/21/75 
. . . my friends . . . Dover Rd. 
. . . Yellow V.W. 




Julianne Walsh 
105 Jefferson Drive 



Activities: Girls' Hockey 3; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3; D.E.C.A. 

What's up M.F.? . . . True Friends 
Don't Come Easy ... 1 1 -7-75 
. . . Twiss-ty ... 1 .4.3. . . . 
LATER. 



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Maura A. Walsh 
26 Prospect Avenue 

Activities: Drill Team 1 , 2, Co-Captain 
3; Explorers Club 1, 3; Judo Club 1; 
Student Government Day 2; Powder 
Puff Football 3; Senior Play. 

"Don't walk in front of me, I may not 
follow, Don't walk behind me — I 
may not lead. Walk beside — And 
just be my friend." 

Camus 



Paul M. Wasil 
101 Pellano Road 



'Lou" 



Activities: Student Council; German 
Club 1; D.E.C.A. 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 
3; Golf Club; Junior and Senior Prom; 
Senior Auction. 

Ballroom Blitz . . . Mr. Jaws . . . 
Brigham's and the store outings . . . 
Mr. Nolet's 5th period Economics 
Class . . . The Bowling Teams . . . 
"You can't handle it." 




Kathleen B. Walsh "Kada" 

1319 Washington Street 

Activities: Powder Puff Football; 
Bowling Club 1, 2, 3; Sociables I, 
2, 3; Pep Squad. 

The Park — Coat Hanger in the 
Mouth . . . C'est la Vie, mon 
amiesl . . . Kadeb — 6-18-74 
. . . Hey if they can't take a joke 
. . . Eggs, Water, balloons and 
motorcycles . . . Dover Road 
. . . Switzerland w/Mental. 



Mary C.Walsh 
33 Press Avenue 

Activities: Powder Puff; Sociables 
1 , 2, 3; Bowling Club 1 , 2, 3; Pep 
Squad. 



'Trumain' 




The Good Times . . . Mr. Corwin's 
Class of '73 . . . The black limousine 
on Halloween night . . . The Cape 
. . . Nicky are you sure those were 
storks you saw at New Pond? . . . 
Andrew did you ever get your peanut 
and jelly sandwich back from that 
dog? . . . Good Times. 



Nina Weisberg 
34 Downing Street 

Gemini-Libra, Libra-Aries . . . 
"Tangles up in Blue" ... To all 
my Pals; May Love Be With You 
. . . "Ramble on" (Babylon) . . . 
Goodbye B. Street. 



Patrick R. Weir 
68 Jefferson Drive 



"Weirdo- 



Activities: A.V. 1, 2, 3; Football I; 
Senior Auction; Senior Play. 

EWB . . . GB . . . Summer 74 
. . . P.M. ... My House . . . 
Van . . . Bowling . . . Seoford 
. . . Gag . . . Beach Boys '75' 
. . . Super Summer 6/6/76. 




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Deborah J. Wenstrom 
9 St. Catherine Road 



"Deb" 



Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3; Powderpuff Football; Senior 
Auction; Decorating Committee; 
Roll-Em 3. 



Neigh- 

4/5/ 



"John" . . . #806 

borhood Gang 

75 + WB 

O'Bie + Walsha + Sully + Roti + - 

Me . . . J-year lunch . . . Beach 

Boys. 





Patricia A. Whelan 
63 Chapel Street 



"Tricia" 



Activities: Football 1 , 2, Tri-Captain 3; 
Boys' Treasurer 1 , 2, 3. 

This is your last chance . . . Tracks 
. . . Stooges . . . Mass. Mar. — 3 
yrs. . . . #75 . . . D. . . Self- 
Employed. 



Leslie Ann White 
536 Nichols Street 

Activities: Field Hockey Manager 2, 3; 
Basketball 1 , 2, 3; Softball 1 , 2, 3; 
Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 3; 
A.A.T.F. National French Contest 1, 
2, 3; Honors Banquet 1 , 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Student 
Government Day 2; Roll-Em 3. 

Walk on through the wind, walk on 
through the rain Tho' your dreams 
may be tossed and blown. Walk on, 
walk on, with hope in your heart and 
you'll never walk alonel 

Oscar Hammerstein 



Activities: Girls' Hockey 2, 3; 
Powderpuff Football; Senior Auc- 
tion; Pulse 3; Bowling Team Chair- 
man 1, 2, 3; Sociables 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3. 

Coot Hanger in the Mouth ... 3/ 
1 /74 . . . Parade at the Corner 
. . . Crud Foot, hey if you can't 
take a joke . . . Dover Road — 
The Sandpiper. 



Stephen J. White "Whitey" 

29 Cameron Road 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3. 

1 1 /28/74 Kathy . . . N.N. Pump 
House ... It was something fast 
. . . B.B.'s ... The Star of Max- 




Trudy A. White "Udith" 

72 Margaret Street 

Activities: Senior Auction. 

N.H. Nuthouse — B.W. N.N. 
Pumphouse . . . My B.F. S.A.M. 
and friends LC, AD, NB, KB, BB, 
MB, KD . . . Madona, Oct. 8, 
1974 X. Dance . . . Junior Prom 
3/21/74 . . . ALLNITA'S and 1 
gallon — Old Days. 



Laura L. Whittemore 
20 Jefferson Drive 



"Lee" 



The games!! . . . SMACS, The 
Newport Boat . . . Furry Nova 
. . . B.B.'s Concert. 




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Monica R. Williarr 
23 Avon Road 



Activities: Track 1, 2; Girls' J.V. 
Basketball 2; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2 ; Art Club 3; Tiot Typist. 

Horse Neck Beach . . . Howard 
Johnson Hotel . . . Hogan Pond 
. . . Prudential and Christian Sci- 
ence . . . Allston . . . Shelton 
Hotel . . . McNeilly and Olds 
. . . Brookline . . . Drive-In . . . 
"That the way I like It." 




Nancy Jane Winans 
1 1 Cranmore Road 



"Nanc" 



B.B.A.A.S. . . . "Watch Out 
Sugar!" . . . Afta Midnight! . . . 
The Alley and the Park . . . E.J. 
. . . Good humor makes all 
things tolerable! 



Elisse Beth Winer 

1181 Washington Street 

Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; J.V. Bas- 
ketball 1; Concert Chorale 1; Hill- 
topper 1 ; Powderpuff Football- 
Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3; Bowling Club 
Manager 1,2,3; The Sociables 1 , 
2,3. 

Coat Hanger in the Mouth, MSC, 
Toll House . . . Cookies + The 
Park. . . Barrels on 24 (How 
Lucky Can you Get?). 



Elizabeth A. Williams 
89 Neponset Street 



"Wiz" 



Activities: Utopian English; Volleyball; 
Powderpuff Football; Track. 

"Wayne of my heart" . . . Talk with 
Erin . . . Bike ride to Avon with Anne 
. . . Chocolate chip cookies . . . Are 
you coming? . . . "That's Life in the 
big city." 



Michael J. Wilson 
5 Malvern Road 



"Willie" 



Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 
1, 2, 3; Student Council Treasurer 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Utopian 
Society English 2, 3; Key Club 3; Big 
Brother 3. 



Mr. B-B-B . 
The Big W . 
Stance! 



"Get it down" 
How hot was it? . 




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Julie A. Wong 
7 Harrow Road 

Activities: Sociables 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Squad; Powderpuff Football 3; Bowl- 
ing Club 1, 2, 3. 

B.C. and Chestnuts . . . Times with 
Tessie/water balloons and Ceceila 
. . . H. I with E.G.S. . . . Toll House 
Cookies with Theodore Green the 3rd 
and Elisse . . . The park . . .21/2 
barrels. 



Betty Lou P. Woodall 
66 Cranmore Road 



"Lou" 



Activities: Sociables 1, 2, 3; Powder- 
puff Football; Pep Squad 1,2,3. 



Water balloons . . 
. . . 8/26/74 . . 
21st . . . Canada . 
. . . Senior Prom 
. . . good times. 



Class of "76" 
2/23/75 . . . 
. Our Banquets 
. . My Friends 



Cynthia J. Wong 
1 60 Lane Drive 



'Cindy" 



Activities: Girls' Choir 1 ; Girls' 
Field Hockey 2; Girls' Track 2. 

Be at peace with God; whatever 
you conceive him to be, and what- 
ever your labors and aspirations 
in the noisy confusion of life keep 
peace with your soul. With all its 
sham, drudgery and broken 
dreams, it is still a beautiful world. 





Lauren Beth Worrell 
53 Earle Street 

Activities: German Club 1; Pow 
der Puff Football; Senior Auction. 

6/23/73 . . . The Sites . . . 
New Hampshire 72, 73, 74 . . 
Whoopeedoopeedoo . . 
Remember? T.H.B. . . .Friends. 



Tasties . . . Molson Ale . . . trip- 
tational ... up the park. 



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John J. Zahorsky 
8 Greenwich Road 



"Jack 



Activities: Concert Band 1, 2 ; 
Stage Band 1, 2; Brass Ensemble 
2; English 400 2, 3; National 
Honor Society. 

The Cape 8/2/75 . . .Sears 
. . . "Hey, Man was made to live 
not exist" . . . Rowdy. 



Susan P. Zoppo 

1 00 Clapboardtree Street 



'Zoppo" 



STARMARKET PARKING LOT. . . 
"Squawt Time" . . . "Why can't we 
be friends" . . . "moon" Shoes. 



Frederick Zajac 
65 Yarmouth Rood 













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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 






President — Tom McCusker 



Vice-President — Donna Francis 



Secretary — Jean Ravens 





Girls' Treasurer - 
Boys' Treasurer - 



-Alice Judge 
- Paul Weta 



Girls' A. A. — Karen Pucci 
Boys' A. A. — Steve Marsh 



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Donna Francis 




NOR WOOD HIGH SCHOOL 
HONORS 

In 1976 many students from Norwood Senior High School achieved recogni- 
tion for their outstanding qualities as scholars and leaders. Pictured on this 
page are several examples: Donna Francis, who won the D.A.R. Good Citizen 
Award; Dave Johnson, who was honored by the Jewish War Veterans; and Jim 
Giunchetto, Theresa Phillips, and Jack Harshman, who were National Merit 
Semi-Finalists. 




Jim Giunchetto, Theresa Phillips, Jack Harshman 



David Johnson 



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From grade ten to grade twelve, 

From health to calculus, 

We have grown through the years. 

















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The English Department at Norwood High offers many interesting programs. Through 
books, discussions, and the writing of papers, knowledge is gained about many different 
topics. English teaches one about the world of literature and its application to life. 







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FOREIGN LANG UA GE 
DEPARTMENT 

In today's constantly changing world, one is frequently reminded 
of the importance of being able to converse with other people in 
their native tongue. The Foreign Language Department provides 
the necessary foundation for fluent speakers of French, German, 
and Spanish. Latin is also taught. 





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SCIENCE 
DEPARTMENT 

The wide variety of science courses presented at Norwood High 
gives the student an opportunity to discover and pursue his own 
interests. From introductory to more advanced levels, the student is 
allowed to choose a program suiting his own desires and needs. 
The Science Department at Norwood High School has, indeed, cre- 
ated an atmosphere for the student in which he can prepare himself 
for his future goals. 








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HIS TOR Y DEPAR TMENT 

A journey through many different worlds — this is the History 
Department. From Western Civilization to Contemporary Problems, 
NHS students meet a variety of people, places, and cultures; and 
experience the aspirations and motivations of people, past and 
present. 





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BUSINESS 
DEPARTMENT 

Through the instruction of typing, short- 
hand, bookkeeping and other skills, the 
Business Department teaches many useful 
techniques. These courses are not only for 
those who wish to enter the business 
world, but are also useful to other stu- 
dents. A, S , D, F, J, K, L, ; these are the 
keys to open many doors. 






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MATH DEPARTMENT 

The Math Department at Norwood High is 
interesting and informative. The knowledge of 
mathematical skills is not only useful in technical 
work, but lends itself to practical information 
also. 





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PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

Physical education is an important part of each student's high school educa- 
tion. Here at Norwood High the opportunities to discover one's abilities are 
never ending. This department aims for the development of correct attitudes 
toward play. It sets up proper standards of sportsmanship. 









HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS DEPARTMENTS 

The Home Economics and Industrial Arts programs at Norwood 
High School are more than just eating, sewing pretty clothes, and 
making clocks. They develop skills which often lead the student to a 
lifetime vocation. However, the learning is also combined with fun, as 
the student is in direct contact with others, often having to work on the 
same projects. 





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ART AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS 

The humanities at Norwood High are constantly expand- 
ing and broadening the horizons for the students. The Art 
Department is arranged so that all students of mixed abilities 
and talents can apply themselves to a variety of creative 
experiences. The Music Department, as always, invites stu- 
dents to participate in both vocal and instrumental programs. 







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PEABODY 
CHRISTMAS PARTY 

Dec. 12, 1975 





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A Day at Peabody 





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Working together is success . . . 
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



President 

Danny Kennedy 
Secretary 

Joan Spierdowis 
Vice-President 

Kathy Francis 
Girls' A.A. 

Beth Gilmore 
Boys' Treasurer 

Danny Gearty 
Girls' Treasurer 

Sue Gulla 
Boys' A.A. 

Glenn Shaw 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Boys' A.A. 

John Cleary 
President 

Gary Cohen 
Boys' Treasurer 

Rick Kief 
Vice-President 

Jimmy McTernon 
Girls' A.A. 

Ginny Gorman 
Girls' Treasurer 

Maribeth Gorman 
Secretary 

Cathy Hastings 




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KEY CLUB 
SITTING: T. McCusker, S. Marsh, J. McQuaid, B. Walker, M. Wilson, J. DiCalagero, P. Capobianco. 
STANDING: F. deWysocki, P. Taub, B. Shagoury, R. Trask, K. Kelly, W. Egan, C. Lowey, J. Lane. 




CHESS CLUB 
S. Phillips, R. Briudy, M. McDermott (Capt.), Mr. Corwin, P. Kushner, M. Valavanis 



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MATH TEAM 
ON STAIRS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: B. Kelliher, P. McCarthy, F. 

deWysocki, J. Ravens. 
ON WALL FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Ross, K. Kelliher, S. Phillips, M. 

Lederman, L. Neiterman. 
STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Tucker, N. Malacaria, B. 

Magri, J. Bebar, Mr. Lefleur. 




JUDO CLUB 
F. Clifford, J. Lane, P. Conley, M. Denietolis, Mr. Smeglin, F. McCloud, N. Conley, L. Fay, K. Larsen, E. Kosmodakis. MISSING: R. Lam- 
bert, D. Mahoney. 



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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 
ROW 1 : Fred DeWysocki, Tom Powers. 

SECOND ROW, SITTING: Kim Falor, Margery Shapiro, Julie Howard, Mary Ann Doherty, Helen Watson, Margaret Sales, Lois Kane, Kathy Cisek. 
STANDING: Miss McGrath, Elizabeth Detremonte, Cindy Phelan, Alice Mahoney, Effie Kasmadakis. 




HIKING CLUB 
ROW 1 : D. Swain, T. Lambert, G. Thayer, B. Molherin, T. Kelliher, R. Cain, D. Moraski, K. Costello, C. Collefta, A. Sulfaro, K. Cronan, B. Kane. 
ROW 2: M. Fallon, T. Hart, L. Phillips, P. Hurley, K. Smith, K. Ahearn, M. Pezwick, J. Kay, P. Cane, M. Kohn, M. Conton, N. Cohen. 
ROW 3: M. Mulherin, M. Lee, L. Power, D. Sullivan, N. Clancy, M. Poce, M. Miller, R. Purpura, K. Kelly, J. Driscol, L. Whitney, P. Wosil. 
ROW 4: B. Hoffman, N. Kelliher, M. Surette, K. Jerome, J. Conley, P. Muniz, L. Goulet, E. Kosmadakis. 



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UTOPIAN SOCIETIES IN LITERATURE 
SEATED: Wayman Chin, Betty Shephard, Charlotte Pink, Bill Collins. 
STANDING: Phil Swain, Larry Neiterman, Jack Zahorsky, Bob Kelliher, Mr. Peterson, John Grim. 




UTOPIAN SOCIETIES IN LITERATURE 
SEATED: Ellie Dinneen, Lynne Nickerson, Julie Kniznik, Patty Murray. 
STANDING: John Perednia, Mike Wilson, Mr. Peterson, Ruth Martowska. 



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HILLTOPPER 
B. Derreck, I. Geralskus, T. Ahearn, M. Kotak, E. Kosmodakis, B. Bowen, K. Falor, K. Kougias, M. Loughnane, M. 
McDermott, L. Caroll, G. Connolly, Mr. Curtin. 




ART CLUB 
BACK ROW: B. Derack, Mrs. Mancinelli, A. Autio, J. Howard, C. Adakonis, Mrs. Mortin, B. Smith. 
FRONT ROW: S. Tyree, L. Kelliher, M. Lee, M. Shapiro, K. Kougias, I. Gerulskis. 
MISSING: Joan Driscoll. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

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OFFICERS 
Anne Poce, Treasurer; Patty Murray, President; Betty Shephard, Secretary; George Connolly, Vice President; Mr. Parker, 
Advisor 




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SENIOR MEMBERS 
ROW 1 : M. Moan, S. Krant, K. Schmidt, M. Larkin, M. Graney, M. Curley, D. Wenstrom, J. Kniznik, L. Parisi. 
ROW 2: M. Greeley, A. Poce, L. White, P. Murray, M. Fata, B. Hogan, K. Sullivan, A. Conley, A. Croft, E. Tibert, A. Eskew. 

ROW 3: M. Conley, J. Ravens, C. Muscatello, J. Michienzi, S. Halicki, N. Kenny, D. Johnson, G. Connolly, D. Phalen, P. Swain, P. Kushner, D. McAdam. 
ROW 4: M. Oday, S. Schramm, P. Flynn, N. Chambers, N. Ciofli, M. Fitzgerald, R. Martowska, R. Donoghue, C. Pink, B. Shephard, L Neiterman, B. 

Kelliher, P. Carbo, D. Fleck, D. Haley, P. McNulty. 
ROW 5: A. Connolly, N. Olshan, L. Trainor. 
STANDING: S. Marsh, M. Cernek, M. Cattaffe, S. Crawford, M. Wilson, J. Grim, M. Hoffman, P. lannone, J. Guinchetto, J. Lane, T. Powers, J. Perednia, 

J. O'Malley. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
JUNIOR MEMBERS 




FRENCH CLUB 
ROW 1 : M. Conton, B. Kane, J. Crowley, L. Gagnon, M. O'Day, S. Zabradowski, P. Mulkern, M. Johnston, S. Belise, M. Brennan, M. Sullivan, M. 

Hawley. 
ROW 2: Mrs. Cauffman, M. Graney, (co-pres.), J. Bebar, E. Rossi, K. Kelliher, M. Curley (vice-pres.), A. O'Donnell, L. Carr, N. Johnston, D. Ross, 

N. Chambers (sec), D. Kager, B. Kelliher, J. Perednia, L. Duggan, W. Chin (co-pres.), G. Connolly, J. O'Malley. 



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SPANISH CLUB 
ROW 1 : G. Bloomendale, C. Boyde, G. Pickett, C. Selleti, G. DeSilva, S. McLoud, K. Falor. 
ROW 2: L. Carey, A. Croft, J. O'Connor, B. Mathies, J. Jackson, J. Howard, T. Sakalockus. 
ROW 3: A. Golub, L. Duggan, N. McGrath, M. Keith, C. Puzin, R. Seletsky, M. Kelly, M. Joseph. 
ROW 4: S. Burt, B. Magri, D. Napolitano, S. Power, D. Hultman, J. White, M. Cusak, C. Valentine, M. Moses, M. Greeley, B. She- 

phard, R. Donahue, P. Newton. 
ROW 5: S. McGill. 
ROW 6: Mrs. Revilla, N. Malacaria, L. Doyle, M. Connors, L Borannick, J. Doherty, M. Savage, L. Peters, S. Carberry, J. Folan, S. 

Cane, R. Castillo, B. Osorio, C. Anderson. 
ROW 7: T. Watson, G. Alan, J. Robuy, R. Phillips. 




GERMAN CLUB 
ROW 1 : P. McNulty, J. Driscoll, D. Cronkite, J. Pink, C. Muscatiello, G. Thayer, S. Halicki, L. Lindenberger, G. Shaw. 
ROW 2: Mrs. Kaleps, B. Collins, L. Goode, M. Lee, M. Pezwick, M. Orme, J. Folan, A. Phalen, M. Monahan, N. Cotter. 



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GERMAN CLUB TRIP 
SUMMER OF 1975 




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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 




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Vice-President 
Mike Cataffe 






Secretary 

Nancy Shagoury 



Representatives to the School Committee 
Sue Krant and George Connelly 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 
REPRESENT A TIVES 




SENIORS 
ROW 1 : Marianne Danieli, Margaret Conley, Nora Kenny. 

ROW 2: Joanne Sarno, Mary Fitzgerald, Nancy Olson, Kathy Hollis, Cathy McCabe, Leslie White, George Con- 
nolly, Bob Pugh. 
ROW 3: Mr. Usevich, Debbie Wenstrom, Eleanor Hand, Nancy Shagoury, Mike Cataffe, Mike Wilson. 




JUNIORS 
ROW 1 : Eleanor Hand, Laurie Doyle, Pamlea Hurley, Nancy Neiterman, Faith Berkowitz, Trisha Kenny, Michael Wilson. 
ROW 2: Nancy Shagoury, Michael Cataffe, Carla Locarno, Nancy Malacaria, Karol Jenkins, Mary Savage, Loretta Carroll, Mary 
Jane Surette, Mr. Usevich. 




SOPHOMORES 
ROW 1 : M. DeWysockie, M. Cronan, M. O'Connell, L. Goulet, M. Wong, M. Hollie, G. Allen. 
ROW 2: E. Hand, N. Shagory, M. Cattafe, M. Wilson, Mr. Usevich, B. Gilmore, D. Diggens, C. Bomber, V. O'Day. 



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RIFLE CLUB 
J. Haggerty, R. Rogodzinski, K. O'Neil, K. Kelley, S. Mazzola, Mr. Fader 




RIDING CLUB 
BACK ROW: E. Kosmodakis, D. Shannon, A. Clancy, Mrs. Perlson, C. McCabe, C. Sullivan, B. Masterson, R. Hilton, E. O'Neil, J. Covelli, H. Watson, K. Schmidt, L. McKinnon, C. 

Woolley. 
FRONT ROW: D. Moraski, F. Berkowitz, A. Raphail, S. Mazzola, N. Fay, J. Colton, D. Francis, M. Danielli, J. Folan, J. Eckhardt, P. Zinni, M. Donovan. 



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Ellen Plausky 
Kathy Kelliher 
Paula Flynn 
Pat Weir 
Nancy Chambers 



TOM JONES 



December 5, 6, 1 975 



CAST 

Partridge John Perednia 

Bridget Allworthy Ruth Martowska 

Squire Allworthy Bernie Coffey 

Deborah Mary Curley 

Jenny Jones Linda Guastalli 

Capt. Blifil, Highwayman Mike Cabana 

Blifil Jim Giunchetto 

Tom Jones Gary Jackson 

Thwackum, Constable Ned Cotter 

Squire, Mr. Fitzpatrick Scott Cain 

Sophia Western Mary Fitzgerald 

Miss Western Melinda McDonough 

Honour Joanne McGuire 

Justice Dowling Wayman Chin 

Doctor Kristen Larsen 

Harriet Fitzpatrick Susan Kahalas 

Mrs. Whitefield Susan Halicki 

Lady Bellaston Donna Francis 

Susan Anna Poce 



PRODUCTION STAFF AND CROWD MEMBERS 
Sue Shramm 
Liz Brackett 
Jean Ravens 
Leslie Trainor 
Elise Arnold 
Maura Walsh 
Anne Poce 
Joyce Jordan 
Leanne Power 
Margaret Sales 
Sue Mazzola 
Regina Donoughue 
Ellie Dineen 




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Kathy Ahearn 
Rosemary Kane 
Pat Carney 
Debbie Wenstrom 
Peter Kushner 






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Senior Semi Formal 
Blue Hills Country Club 

December 12, 1975 

Dress up tonight, why be lonely, 
We'll be together tonight, why be lonely, 

Celebrate, celebrate, dance to the music, 
Celebrate, celebrate, dance to the music, 
Celebrate, celebrate, dance to the music. 








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MADRIGAL SINGERS 



ROW 1 : M. McCrossan, R. Newton, W. Chin, R. Lombardi, E. Cormier. 
ROW 2: A. Maguire, A. Poce, J. O'Connor, P. Zinni, L. White, R. Syverson. 
ROW 3: L. Duggan, J. Perednio, L. McKinnon, S. Phillips, D. Broscia. 




GIRLS' BARBERSHOP SINGERS 



ROW 1 : L. Duggan. 

ROW 2: L. McKinnon, W. Brown, L. D'Entremont. 

ROW 3: J. O'Connor, R. Lombardi, P. Zinni, E. Cormier, A. Poce. 

ROW 4: K. Schmidt, K. Holladay, J. Maher, M. Reagan. 



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ALL-STATE CHORUS 
ROW 1 : K. Holladay, L. McKinnon, M. McCrossan, D. Brescia. ROW 2: L. Doggan, P. Zinni, E. Cormier, J. O'Connor, E. Gillaspy. ROW 3: R. 
Newton, R. Syverson, N. Kelleher, J. Perednia, A. Maguire. 




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CONCERT CHORALE 

ROW 1 : R. Selesky, R. Newton, S. St. Laurent, L. Troinor, S. Balise, E. Gillaspy, K. Pucci, K. O'Brien, L. Matera, M. Burns, D. Ross, R. Haley. ROW 
2: W. Cain, M. McCrossan, C. Anderson, A. Galub, L. Casey, K. Cronan, E. Plausky, S. Mazzola, D. Coletta, R. Lombardi, P. Zinni, J. Gallant. 
ROW 3: A. Maguire, L. McKinnon, J. O'Connor, M. Connelly, E. Cormier, A. Poce, K. Holladay, K. Aheran, M. Lee, P. Doucette, W. Brown, N. 
Kelleher. ROW 4: J. Perednia, R. Syverson, J. Trainor, B. Walsh, J. Sarno, K. Schmidt, E. Arnold, L. Duggan, D. Brescia, L. D'Entremont, M. 
Walsh, S. Phillips. 




GIRLS' CHOIR 
ROW 1 : E. O'Shea, J. Crowley, A. Croft, M. Curley, R. Kane, T. Allen, N. Malacaria, N. Neiterman, J. Puopolo, L. McDowell, C. Clark, L. Bovar- 
nik. ROW 2: R. Dervan, A. Poce, M. Reagan, C. Mungle, M. Larkin, L. Warde, D. Winterson, L. Nickerson, M. Dorion, S. Eppolito, S. Mazzola, L. 
White. ROW 3: E. Arnold, K. Schmidt, K. Holladay, M. O'Toole, S. Kahalas, J. Flaherty, J. Maher, M. Wong, K. Hurlihy, W. Brown, P. Zinni, J. 
Bugeau, P. Peevey. ROW 4: L. Kane, A. Hale, J. Zajac, L. Duggan, C. Bamber, M. Perednia, m. Burns, J. Flaherty, B. Garron, S. Carberry, M. 
Sales, M. Sprague. 



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W. Chin, Accompanist 
Southeastern Massachusetts District Chorus 



W. Chin and L. McKinnon 
U.S. All-Eastern Chorus 




SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT CHORUS 
ROW 1 : R. Newton, E. Gillaspy, E. Cormier, K. Holladay, A. Poce, J. Perednia, N. Kelleher. 
ROW 2: M. Reagan, P. Zinni, M. McCrossan, D. Brescia, J. O'Connor. 
ROW 3: L. McKinnon, W. Brown, L. Duggan, L. D'Entremont, A. Maguire, R. Syverson, W. Chin. 



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DISTRICT 
ROW 1 : P. Allen, S. Corey, M. Theriault, S. Matera. 
ROW 2: D. Cahaly, L. Parisi, R. Muscatello, D. McKinnon, S. McGinnis, A. Benson. 




DRILL TEAM 
ROW 1 : R. Donoghue, N. Kozak, J. Jordan, W. Brown, M. Trovers, M. Burns, J. Bugeau, M. Sullivan, J. Roy, L. Schmidt. 
ROW 2: N. Malacaria, P. Murray, B. Magri, D. Eibye, R. Martowska, F. O'Day, N. Eskew, C. Shillou, J. Maher, J. Zajac. 
ROW 3: L. Duggan, B. Kenny, M. Walsh, L. Gutermuth, L. Curran, B. Shea, K. Dervan, A. Poce, M. O'Toole, M. Poce, D. Degnan. 
ROW 4: A. Lynch, L. Brackert, L. Hanley, M. McGrath, N. Neiterman, D. Murphy, C. Francis, D. Parker, A. Cardillo, L. Bovarnick, M. 
Savage, J. Doherty. 




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Symphonic Wind Ensemble 




WOODWINDS 
ROW 1 : G. Faqueete, J. Ravans, W. Sheridan, K. Collins, S. Schramm, F. Berkowitz, J. Martowska, D. Cahaly, J. Lindfers, M. 

Fitzgerald, E. Tibert, L. Parisi, L. Brennan. 
ROW 2: K. Ross, L. Farrell, P. Allen, A. Baskin, N. Mulverhill, A. Eskew, (President) S. Barnes, A. Bouchard, R. Ruthhazer, A. Autio, 

C. Adakondis, J. Hayes, S. McGinnis. 
ROW 3: M. Theriault, (Secretary), L Rogers, S. Carey, S. Monroe, R. LaMonica, G. Jackson, T. SanGiocomo. 




BRASS 
ROW 1 : J. Fitzgerald, T. Ravens (Treasurer), K. Jekins, D. Grover, C. Theriault, J. O'Neil, S. Matera, L. McKinnon. 
ROW 2: S. Hilchey, R. Phillips, C. Tibert, G. Schramm (Vice-President), J. O'Connor, M. Cabana, E. Jansen, R. Muscatiello. 
ROW 3: N. Kelleher, J. Kelly, D. McKinnon, R. Hilchey, A. Benson. 




PERCUSSION 
B. Geddry, M. Notorangelo, M. Smith, S. Diamond. 



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CONCERT BAND 




WOODWINDS 
ROW 1 : M. Brennan, L. Jackson, D. Favalora, A. Ross, A. Bibbi, P. Mulkern, E. O'Neil, R. Hilton. 
ROW 2: A. Judge, S. Fitzgerald, A. Hayes, S. Martin, H. Goldstein, M. Thibault, J. Covelli. 
ROW 3: J. Garety, G. Flaherty, B. Haley, G. Coen, M. Hines, R. Welton, R. O'Neil, M. Sinibaldi. 




BRASS 

ROW 1 : T. Partridge, M. Hanley, K. Kelliher, K. Jacobowski. 

ROW 2: P. Muniz, W. Peters, K. Sugarman, M. Bruce, B. Kelliher, J. Ruboy. 




PERCUSSION 
C. Lambert, K. Cisic, D. Haley, C. Redick, M. Cookish, K. Schlinder. 



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JAZZ ENSEMBLE 
ROW 1 : K. Cisek, B. Geddry, M. Noterangelo. 

ROW 2: P. Allen (treas.), G. Jackson, T. SanGiacomo (sec), S. Carey, N. Theriault (Vice Pres.' 
ROW 3: N. Kelleher, C. Tibert, P. Muniz, G. Shramm (Pres.). 
ROW 4: C. Theriault, J. Fitzgerald, S. Mattra, D. Grover, C. Jenkins. 













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STAGE BAND 
ROW 1 ; K. Cisek, S. Monroe, M. Hines, G. Flaherty, G. Cohen, M. Sinobaldi. 
ROW 2 : B. Kelleher, J. Kelley, P. Muniz, B. Phillips, S. Diamond, M. Smith. 
ROW 3: M. Bruce, M. Hanley, P. Walters, M. Cabana, C. Jenkins, J. O'Neil. 




ORCHESTRA 
ROW 1 : K. Cisek, B. Simoni, L. Truex, M. Davock, M. Hawley, M. Grover, K. Gilboy, B. Kelleher. 
ROW 2: M. Thibault, D. Cahaly, S. Schramm, S. Mclnnis, L. Parise, E. Tibert. 
ROW 3: P. Allen, S. Matera, L. McKinnon, C. Jenkins, c. Jensen. 
ROW 4: G. Schramm, M. Cabana, B. Geddry, C. Reddick, M. Theriault, M. McCrossan, N. Kelliher. 



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We've Got That Number, It's 1! 




"Barnesy Babes, can't you fix that stand?" 



"Give it the old Fonze bit!" 



'Hey Abram, can you stroighten her out?" 




Student Conductor, Drill Team Captain, 
Gary Jackson; Regina Donoghue. 



'Am I in tune yet, Mr. Alberta?" 



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This year's senior class was fortunate to be graduating on 
our nation's 200th birthday. We hope that our "Spirit of 
'76" yearbook has brought out the Bicentennial theme effec- 
tively. We had a lot of fun putting it together, and we hope it 
reflects the attitudes and aspirations of our senior class. 





Phil Swain, Editor-in-Chief 




Maurita Moan, Editor-in-Chief 



Mrs. Patricia Ingraham, Advisor 



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Sue Kahalas and Wiff McKeown, Associate Editors 



Karen Schmidt and Peter Kushner, Associate Editors 



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Patty Murray and Sean Crawford, Associate Editors 




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Jean Ravens and John Perednia, Associate Editors 




Mike Cataffe and Paula Flynn, Associate Editors 



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Ruth Martowska and Mary Fitzgerald, Associate Editors 





Kristen Larsen, Associate Editor 



Wayman Chin and Kathy Kelliher, Associate Editors 



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Anne Marie Hayes, Leslie Trainor, Mr. Charles Parker, Business Advisor, Nancy Ciolfi, Jeanne Sarno. 





Anne Marie Hayes, Assoc. Sponsor Editor, 
Leslie Trainor, Business Editor. 



Nancy Ciolfi, Assoc. Circulation Editor, 
Joanne Sarno, Assoc. Advertising Editor. 



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TIOT TYPING COMMITTEE 



ROW 1 ; B. Cirillo, 

B. Kilroy, M. 

Lozzara, L. 

McGrath, M. 

Lore. 
ROW 2: M Moan, 

K. Buckley, A. 

McColgan, C. 

Goodwin, L. 

Nordbloom. 
ROW 3: M. Wil- 
liams, C. Vez- 

ina, D. Uradnik, 

K. DeSario, D. 

Fabich, J. 

DiSangro, D. 

Fab.ch, D. 

McGowan. 




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Mustangs Place 
Third in League 

The 1975 Mustang football team had another tremendous 
year, closing with a 7-2-0 record to place third in the Bay State 
League. This was an unexpected surprise, since the team pre- 
sumably wasn't even a contender for the title. Leading the Mus- 
tangs were captains Paul Weta, Mike Poskus, and Mike Gulla. 
This year's team produced an all-scholastic back in Mike Gulla, 
and four all-stars: Mike Parkinson, Joe Fellini, Bob Breen and 
Paul Donovan. The graduating seniors wish the best of luck to 
the coaches and players of the '76 Mustangs. 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

ROW 1 : M. Cattafe, S. Marsh, A. Romanelli, P. Cisternelli, S. Crawford, P. Weta (Tri-Capt.), M. Gulla (Tri-Capt.), M. Poskus (Tri-Capt.), s. Greeley, B. Moran, D. Cleary, J. 
Kinosian, B. Crossan. 

ROW 2: Head Coach Doherty, B. Schneider, P. Donovan, M. Coughlin, G. Salvatore, M. Parkinson, D. Agelopoulis, J. Grim, B. Breen, J. Fellini, R. Kief, R. Murray, P. Cunning- 
ham, N. Souris, J. Romanelli, P. Renwick, M. Saad, Coach Martinelli, Coach Chambers. 

ROW 3: S. Doherty, D. Gugliofta, L. Dynan, E. Kearns, B. Collins, B. Egan, D. Clifford, J. Nolan, K. Brown, P. Bowes, M. Rodgers, S. DeSantis, D. Lee, J. Jacobowski, B. 
Johnson, D. Kennedy, C. Collins. 




SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL 
ROW 1 ■. C. Hayes, R. Murray, J. Gorman, B. Eck, L. O'Brien, D. Connell, M. Soderlund, L. Denehy, J. McDonough, B. Windham, J. Chisholm, J. Salvatore. 
ROW 2: Coach Saad, Coach Soloman, D. Mahoney, L. Burke, J. Plumer, S. Brown, J. Lynch, R. Capponi, J. Donahue, L. Carrabis, M. Morrissey, S. Donnelly, Coach Smith. 
ROW 3: D. St. Angelo, D. Gearty, A. Grote, P. Memmo, D. Hester, B. Mulkern, P. Doherty, J. Melvin, T. Boch. 



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VOLLEYBALL 

ROW 1 : C. Vazina (manager), J. Stapleton, L. Gagnon, K. Bilotta, L. Cammarano, J. Carnie, N. Olshan, A. Judge. 

ROW 2: R. Kane (manager), B. Walsh (captain), M. McHugh, S. Sharkey, C. Tosto (captain), F. McDonough, J. Mintzer, Coach Wyman. 

ROW 3: C. Bomber, D. Eibye, S. McCarthy (captain), C. Reddick, M. Lee, R. Lambert, A. Kearns (manager). 




SENIORS 
ROW 1 : R. Kane (manager), A. Judge, N. Olshan, M. McHugh. 
ROW 2: M. Lee, B. Walsh (captain), D. Eibye. 
ROW 3: F. McDonough, M. Clancy, C. Reddick, A. Kearns (manager), Coach Wyman. 



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Ejr™> . . a nice 
little pirouette" . . . get psyched . . . "What are you 
going to do tomorrow?" . . . Friday practices . . . 
bubushka . . .200%. . .Rats. . . "You can do it" 
. . ."We did it!". . . Thanks Coaches Burt and Fay . 



Field Hockey 




VARSITY TEAM 
KNEELING: K. O'Brien, M. Kelly, N. Kenney, J. Ravens (co-capt.), J. Trainor (co-capt.), A. M. Croft, A. M. Hayes, N. Ciolfi. 
STANDING: Coach Burt, K. Joseph, T. Kenney, E. Donohue, J. Soderland, P. Bossio, A. Kinsman, L. White (manager). 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 
KNEELING: M. Wong, J. O'Connor, M. Ciolfi, L. Peters, C. Coletta, R. Toll. 
STANDING: Coach Fay, D. Begley, L. Rogers, J. Dold, C. Adakonis, M. Hawley, I. DeSisto (manager). 



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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 
KNEELING: L. Mohan, K. Denzer, D. Glaser, A. Anello, C. Valentine, A. Cirillo, P. Pender. 
STANDING: E. Geary, K. Chisholm, D. Wenstrom, B. Garron, J. McGuire. 





Donna Glaser, Co-Captain 



Ann Marie Anello, Co-Captain 



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JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 
KNEELING: S. Powers, J. White, T. McQuillan (capt.), L. Powers, K. Parsons. 
STANDING: D. Bowles, P. McGuire, K. Francis, S. Gulla, D. Naylor, C. Phalen. 





Joanne McGuire 



nello, J. McGuire, D. Glaser 



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Girls' Swimming 




ROW 1 : A. Benson, C. Horsman, B. Simoni, K. Larsen, P. Doucette, B. Gilmore, A. Denco, S. Welby, M. Moses. 

ROW 2: P. Gross, L. Mahon, L. Warde, N. Lee, J. Spierdowis, C. Flyod, M. O'Toole. 

ROW 3: M. Dyer, M. Fulton, A. Connolly, K. Dervan, A. Tucker, M. Sullivan, J. Bohan, S. Gulla. 

MISSING: J. Amirault. 





"Who me?" 



Senior swimmers. 



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Has Growing 

Season 

The Norwood High School swim team 
experienced a growing season. The girls 
competed in a new league and did well, 
considering that they had lost fifteen fine 
senior swimmers. 

The team's new coach was Mrs. Sharon 
Eagan; she felt that the girls were excep- 
tionally talented and that the sophomores 
and juniors will be a team to be reckoned 
with in the future. 

It was a tough session with only five 
seasoned seniors, but we feel that the 
good sportsmanship qualities displayed 
will be something to inherit. Our scoring 
was sad, but our spirit unbeatable. 

Co-Captains Kristen Larsen and Casey 
Horsman, with their constant optimism, 
made the team think they were going to be 
state champs. To filter it all down, we had 
a "splash of a time." 



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ROW 1 : G. Flaherty, T. Ravens, M. Bruce, T. Coughlin, J. Monbouquette, F. Chachedi. 

ROW 2: D. Cronin, B. Haley, G. Connolly, R. Hilchey, S. Brown, D. Haley, C. Cronin. 

ROW 3: Coach Scanlon, L. Gutermuth, M. Ruggerio, B. Nopolitano, T. Ahern, S. Sweeney, M. Rocket, S. Jackson, J. Jackson. 



CROSS COUNTRY FINISHES 
SECOND IN LEA G UE 

This year's cross-country team had a very good season. The team had a 5-3-1 record and, more 
importantly, finished second in the League Meet. In the Division One State Championship Meet, 
the Mustangs finished in fifth place out of over 30 teams. 

The Mustangs were a good mixture of depth and talent. In Senior Captain Rich Hilchey, the 
Mustangs had an excellent leader who was also a superb runner. Rich's season was climaxed with 
his seventh place finish in the Division One State Championship Race, an amazing feat when one 
considers the fact that over 1 50 people run in the race. 

Mike Bruce, one of the best sophomore runners in the state, came in 10th place in the Division 
One Championship Race. Steve Jackson, an outstanding junior, was plagued by injuries through- 
out the season. Despite the injuries, Steve was a constant threat for the Mustangs. Steve Swee- 
ney, a sophomore, Bill Napolitano, a junior, and Scott Brown, a senior, gave Norwood great 
depth in the four, five, and six spots. 

The seventh position on the varsity team never belonged to anyone for long, as people were 
always getting injured. Dave Cronin ran varsity four times, but his season ended prematurely due 
to a leg injury. George Connolly, Frank Carchedi, and John Kelliher all ran varsity for one race. 

The work of Coach Mike Scanlon has greatly benefited the Mustangs. In a few short years, 
Coach Scanlon has brought Norwood into the limelight as a genuine distance power. 




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Soccer Compiles 
Best Record Yet 

In 1 975, under the leadership of 
Coach Giles Parker, the Mustang Soc- 
cer Team closed out a successful sea- 
son, finishing with a 6-8-4 record, the 
best in the team's short history. 

This record can be attributed to the 
team's powerful defense and the bril- 
liant performance of goaltender Alan 
Micale. The Mustang scoring drive was 
sparked by Greg Sullivan and Tom San 
Giacomo. With about half of this year's 
squad returning next year, the team is 
expected to be a strong contender for 
the Bay State League title. 




Coach Parker and Captains J. Donnelly and A. Eskew. 





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SOCCER TEAM 
ROW 1 : J. Egan, L. Neiterman, J. McTernan, G. Sullivan, J. Donnelly, P. Quinn, T. Partridge, J. Ranalli, A. Overko. 
ROW 2: J. Lane, C. Towey, F. Coughlin, M. Kon, D. Phalen, A. Micale, S. Leblanc, D. Johnson, M. Cahill, T. SanGiacomo, B. Trask. 
MISSING: B. Kelliher. 




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POWDER PUFF TEAM 
ROW 1 : Coach Hughes, K. Kelley, M. Lore, J. Kief (capt.), A. Anello, K. Pucci, D. Murray (Capt.), J. 

McEchern, J. Eckhardt, Coach E. Pitman. 
ROW 2: D. McGowan, G. Fox, M. Donovan, L. Nolan, S. Hastings, M. O'Day, N. Cordopatri, M. 

Walsch, J. McGuire, Coach J. McKuen. 
ROW 3: K. Hollis, K. Bunker, S. Schramm, K. Sullivan, L. Santor, C. Kuphal, D. Racine, R. Kane. 
ROW 4: J. Rohrbacher, K. Walsch, A. Corrigan, K. DeFlaminis, B. McAuliffe, P. Lydon, M. Porter, A. 

Carpenito, J. Shellmer. 
ROW 5: C. Vezina, C. McCabe, P. Hadley, R. Kerr, M. Orme, J. Folan, D. Glaser, M. Daneilli, L. Allen. 
ROW 6: J. Wong, D. Uradnik, M. McCarthy, D. Haley, K. Binkewicz, K. Bonham, J. Arner (capt.), L. 

McDowall (capt.), L. Guisti. 
ROW 7: M. Riley, C. Woolley, C. Boyd, D. Miller, K. Miller, L. Larsen, M. Perednia, J. Sorno, B. Hayes. 
MISSING: C. Lee, K.Schmidt. 





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Swim Team Shows 
Determination 

The Boys' Swim Team spent another determined 
year. Although the boys did not win many meets, ever- 
yone put in much effort and time. The Dedham meet 
was the one where the boys tried their very hardest. 

This year's Captain, Brian Hoffman, along with 
Coach Doucette, psyched up the team and added 
moral support. Thanks to seniors Paul Wasil and Jim 
Giunchetto for their time and effort. "Bruce" will over- 
come next year! 




Seniors Paul Waisal and Jim Guinchetto with Coach Doucette. 




ROW 1 : B. Swanson, B. McDuff, P. Waisal, J. Giunchetto, J. Geraghty, S. Showronski. 

ROW 2: T. Boeh, B. Hoffman, T. Munkel , M. Denietolis, F. Clifford, D. Ross, B. Dowling. 

ROW 3: G. Shaw, F. Keady, D. Ross, J. Aspinwall, M. Walsh, G. Allen, B. Ferrari, Coach Doucette. 



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Captain and Coach 



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Indoor Track Has 
Good Season 

The Norwood High Indoor Track Team 
had a good season, finishing with a 7-2 
record. They bounced back from a disap- 
pointing loss to Framingham South, beat a 
good Braintree team, and gave League 
Champ Needham its toughest meet of the 
year. 

Outstanding performances were given 
by the team's leading scorers, George 
Connolly and Captains Rich Hilchey and 
Jim O'Neil. Another bright spot for this 
season and for seasons to come is Mike 
Bruce, who ran the best mile time in the 
league. The Indoor Track Team had an 
excellent year and is looking forward to a 
strong finish next year. 





B. Trask 




J. Baker and M. Cabana 



G. Salvatore, M. Thompson, and J. Dieselman 



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ROW 1 : J. Baker, B. Shagoury, M. Cabana, G. Salvatore, J. O'Neil, R. Hilchey, B. LaMonica, B. Trask, M. Thompson. 
ROW 2: D. Cronin, A. Vater, D. Gearty, M. Kelly, S. LeBlanc, T. Coughlin, J. Monbouquette, J. Deiselman, F. DeWysocki. 
ROW 3: F. Chachedi, L. O'Brien, M. Genovesi, M. Ruggerio, B. Napolitano, M. Dieselman, T. Kearns, T. Ahearn. 
ROW 4: Coach Martinelli, S. Jackson, J. Bernard, T. Fruci, J. Lynch, B. Geddry, Coach Scanlon. 





ROW 1: A. Lore, M.Cawley, J. 
Fellini, K. McGowan, T. 
O'Brien, G. Greene, P. Dono- 



ROW 2 : J. McDonough, D. Par- 
sons, D. Ward, L. Dynan, D. 
Breen, J. McDonough, J. Eck- 
hardt, R. Catanese, Coach 
Gregory. 




A. Lore, M. Cawley, J. Fellini, K. McGowan, T. O'Brien, G. Greene, P. Donovan. 
MISSING: G. Bretti. 




A. Lore and R. Kief 



Gary Greene and Paul Donovan 



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WRESTLING 



Tri-captains Tom O'Brien, Paul Golden, and Rick Kief led the 
Mustang wrestlers to a very successful 1 2-3 record. The Nor- 
wood team finished second place in the Bay State League, only 
one pin behind the title holders. The high point of a terrific sea- 
son was the Dedham-Norwood meet. 




Paul Donovan and Gary Greene 



Joe Fellini and Dave Breen 



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Debbie Tessitore 




Nora Kenny 




Mary Ann Lore 



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ROW 1 : L. Pederson, B. Masterson, D. Bowles, S. Sharkey, Manager R. Lore, M. Moses, Manager D. Colletta. 

ROW 2: Assistant Coach C. Wyman, C. Tosto, S. Carberry, S. Murphy, Co-Captain N. Kenny, D. Parker, K. Kavolious, D. Nash, Manager C. Frucci, 

Coach Feldmann. 
ROW 3: T. Greenwood, M. Lore, C. Eppich, Co-Captain D. Tessitore, S. Andrews, L. Cammarano. 



Girls' Gymnastics Hampered 
by Injuries 

The Norwood High Girls' gymnastics team led by Coach 
Kathy Feldmann, Assistant Coach Chris Wyman, and Co-cap- 
tains, Nora Kenny and Debbie Tessitore, finished the season 
with a 1-7 record. The team's record, however, was not a 
true showing of their potential. The team could have gone 7- 
2, but lack of experience and an unusual number of injuries 
hampered the team's winnings. 

Senior Mary Ann Lore stayed clear of injury and did a fine 
job competing on both floor and bars. Junior Tricia Green- 
wood also had a fine year, competing in all four events and 
placing fifth in the Bay State Conference meet on the balance 
beam. Best of luck to next year's team and to the departing 




ROW 1 : M. A. Lore, N. Kenny, D. Tessitore. 

ROW 2: Coach Feldmann, Assistant Coach Wyman. 



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Boys' 
Gymnastics 




ROW 1 : B. Kondomury, P. Shea, R. Nashuwaty, B. McAuliffe, R. O'Neill. 
ROW 2: P. Gourshel, B. Lally, M. Burns, S. Cain, T. Partridge, C. White, D. Carroll. 

ROW 3: Coach Kenney, D. Roy, F. Breen, J. Davenport, M. Hanley, Coach Perry, M. Hoffman, T. Gould, R. Osorio, D. Grover, 
Coach Powderly. 




Marc Hoffman 




Terry Partridge 




Marc Hoffman 



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VARSITY 
KNEELING: Leslie White (Co-Capt.), Joon Trainor (Co-Capt.). 

STANDING: Anne Benson, Judy Soderlund, Pom Peevey, Mary Savage, Ann Tucker, Beth Gilmore, Coach Parker. 
MISSING: Patty Gross. 




Girls 9 
Basketball 

The 1975-1976 Norwood High 
School Mustang Girls' Basketball 
Team finished its season with a 1 3-5 
record. This year's 1 8 game schedule 
proved especially challenging for the 
girls as they met each team twice. 
Coached by Mr. Parker and led by 
all-star co-captains, Joan Trainor and 
Leslie White, the Mustangs worked 
hard throughout the entire season 
and, as a result, comprised the best 
overall record in N.H.S. history. The 
team made some other outstanding 
achievements over the season, such 
as defeating a strong Wellesley team 
for the first time ever and scoring 75 
points against Framingham North. 
Not only that, but the J.V. team, 
coached by Miss Burt, captured the 
Bay State League Title with an 
incredible 17-1 record. It is plain to 
see that '76 was a great year for 
girls' basketball at N.H.S. 

The class of '76 is represented on 
this year's squad by seniors: Anne 
Benson, Joan Trainor, and Leslie 
White. The team would like to sin- 
cerely thank all those who attended 
the games and supported the team, 
with special thanks to manager Tricia 
Kenny. 




J.V.'S 
KNEELING: C. Bomber, P. Bossio. 

STANDING: Manager T. Kenny, E. Rogers, J. Cotton, M. Devoke, L. Hanley, J. Dole, J. Roy, M. Wong, A. Tanguey, Coach 
Burt. 



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MUSTANG FIVE MAKES 
TOURNEY 

A surprising Norwood High Basketball Team, after having a 
slow start, clinched a tourney berth and finished its season with 
a fine 1 1 -7 record. Although the team did not get off to a good 
start, the Mustangs managed to put it all together with the help 
of captains Billy Walker, Joe Dicalogero, and Brian Green- 
wood. Rounding out the starting line-up were Chris Collins and 
John Grim. Also seeing action were J. Harshman, K. Kelly, M. 
Wilson, P. Taube, and B. Pugh. Norwood was proud to have 
Joe Dicalogero and Billy Walker chosen as all stars. The Mus- 
tangs represented Norwood High in a way that showed true 
sportsmanship and enthusiasm. 




Mustang Tri-Captains Joe Dicalogero, Brian Greenwood, Billy Walker. 




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VARSITY 
ROW 1 : J. Harshman, K. Kelly, B. Greenwood, P. Taube, J. Grim, M. Wilson, B. Walker, J. Dicalogero, B. Pugh. 
ROW 2: J. Kelly, Manager, C. Collins, D. Burdon, J. Jacobowski, B. Reed, J. Cleary, D. Kennedy, Coach Nolet. 




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John Grim 




Billy Walker 





Jack Harshman 




Ken Kelly 



Mike Wilson 



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JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 
ROW 1 : Coach Immonen, B. Dunn, R. Grim, D. Jessup, J. Hagerty, T. Colleary. 
ROW 2: L. Copponi, J. Galams, N. Vaughn, J. Connolly, D. Kelliher, P. McAvoy, D. Sullivan. 



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ROW 1 : T. Egan, J. Donahue, D. Mahoney, P. Collins, D. Connell, K. Donahue, M. Doherty. 
ROW 2: Coach Porcello, S. Donnelly, S. Costello, M. Brennen, J. Greer, B. Maniga, M. Flaherty, M. McHugh. 



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VARSITY GIRLS' HOCKEY 
ROW 1 : E. Donahue, M. Burns, L. Joyce, S. Smith, C Tenney, D. Glaser. 
ROW 2: J. Bohan, A. Conley, P. Lydon, N. Palie, B. McAuliffe, J. Folan. 
ROW 3: Coach Mollo, J. Dimarzio, G. Bogni, R. Lambert, A. Lynch, J. Ravens, B. Walsh, Coach Clifford. 




ANKLE BENDERS 
ROW 1 : A. Kinsman, D. Priono, L. Brady, C. Adakonis, L. Rogers. 
ROW 2: Coach Mollo, E. O'Shea, G. Geherty, G. Pickett, J. Hayes, S. Fitzgerald, D. Smith, Coach Clifford. 



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VARSITY TEAM 
ROW 1 : D. Johnson (Asst. Copt.), D. Hosenfus, B. Riley, M. Guild (Capt.), A. Romanelli, B. Harukewicz, T. Kewriga. 
ROW 2: Coach D. Wheeler, J. Romanelli (Mgr.), G. Sullivan, J. Fish, B. Dalton, M. Parkinson, J. Turner, B. Clark, J. McTernan, S. Doherty (Mgr.), Assistant Coach 

Johnson. 
ROW 3: D. Glaser, J. Lane (Asst. Capt.), T. Shoughnessy, T. Gordon, D. Agelopoulas, C. Lowey, D. Phalen. 




Coach Wheeler, Coach Johnson, Captain Gulla, Coach Maus, Coach Murphy, Assistant Captain Lane, Assistant Captain Johnson. 



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HOCKEY TEAM COMPILES 
EXCELLENT RECORD 

The 1 976 edition of the Norwood High Hockey team 
matched the fine record of last year's team of 14-1 -3. The team 
was led by Captain Mike Gulla and assistant captains Jeff Lane 
and Dave Johnson. Although the team finished in second place 
in the Bay State League, the Mustangs tied and beat league 
champion Dedham. In addition to the Bay State League Season, 
the Don Wheeler coached team qualified for the state tourna- 
ment. This year is ihe 1 2th time in the past fourteen years that 
the Norwood team has qualified for the tourney. In the first 
round of the tourney the Mustangs destroyed Suburban League 
champion Brookline 9-1 . The next stop for the "stangs" was the 
Boston Garden vs. the no. 1 team in the state, Winthrop. After 3 
periods and 2 scoreless overtime periods, a Winthrop forward 
broke free and scored the goal of his life. For Norwood the sea- 
son was over, but they had performed well and had nothing to 
be ashamed of. 



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Jeff Lane 



Dave Phalen 




Timmy Gordon 




Mike "Goo" Gulla 



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Artie Romanelli 



Mike Parkinson 






Jimmy Turner 



"Borgie" Clark 



'Weasel" Hasenfus 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 



Norwood 


45 


Norwood 


57 


Norwood,^, 


: .53 


Norwood 


56 


Norwood 


53 


Norwood 


67 


Norwood 


59 


Norwood 


51 


Norwood 


44 


Norwood 


.45 


Norwood 


54 


Norwood 


f 43 


Norwood 


54 


Norwood 


66 


Norwood 


57 


Norwood 


50 


Norwood 


46 


Norwood 


54 


STATE TOURNAMENT 


Norwood 


57 



Mi (ton 


48 


Walpole 


46 


Wellesley 


57 


Framingham North 


61 


Needhan} 


45 


Natick 


55 


Framingham South 


53 


Braintree 


68 


• Dedham 


51 


Milton 


38 


Walpole 


45 


Wellesley 


40 


Framingham North 


53 


Needham 


54 


Natick 


55 


Framingham South 


63 


#Haintree 


33 


Dedham 


74 



Plymouth-Carver 61 





| FIELD HOCKEY 




Norwood 


1 


Holliston 


1 


Norwood 


1 ... 


Needham 


7 


Norwood 


w 


Dedham 


3 


Norwood 


1 


Walpole 


3 


Norwood 


2 


Wellesley 


6 


Norwood 


3 


Milton 


2 


Norwood 


3 


Natick 


2 


Norwood 


3 


Framingham South 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Framingham North 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Braintree 


1 




FOOTBALL 




Norwood 


14 


Waltham 


20 


Norwood 


12 


Needham 


7 


Norwood 


33 


Wellesley 


14 


Norwood 


14 


Natick 


12 


Norwood 


6 


Walpole 


9 


Norwood 


42 


Framingham North 


21 


Norwood 


66 


Braintree 


00 


Norwood 


26 


Framingham South 


14 


Norwood 


24 


Milton 


8 


Norwood 


6 


Dedham 


12 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 



Norwood 


39 


Milton 


14 


Norwood 


31 


Walpole 


48 


Norwood 


. 31 


Wellesley 


24 


Norwood 


32 


North 


27 


Norwood 


26 


Needham 


52 


Norwood 


54 


Natick 


27 


Norwood 


44 


Framingham South 


29 


Norwood 


54 


Braintree 


33 


Norwood 


39 


Dedham 


17 


Norwood 


44 


Milton 


18 


Norwood 


29 


Walpole 


33 


Norwood 


22 


Wellesley 


43 


Norwood 


75 


Framingham North 


26 


Norwood 


30 


Needham 


43 


Norwood 


50 


Natick 


28 


Norwood 


41 


South 


40 


Norwood 


44 


Braintree 


30 


Norwood 


36 


Dedham 


24 



CROSS COUNTRY 



Norwood 


34 


Natick 


24 


Norwood 


20 


Milton 


40 


Norwood 


22 


Braintree 


33 


Norwood 


30 


Framingham South 


25 


Norwood 


38 


Needham 


15 


Norwood 


19 


Walpole 


39 


Norwood 


28 


Framingham North 


28 


Norwood 


25 


Wellesley 


30 


Norwood 


21 


Dedham 


34 



Norwood 


60 


Holliston 


63 


Norwood 


63 


Wellesley 


65 


Norwood 


57 


Walpole 


55 


Norwood 


56 


Braintree 


80 


Norwood 


61 


Needham 


63 


Norwood 


62 


Framingham South 


79 


Norwood 


67 


Dedham 


73 


Norwood 


63 


Milton 


57 


Norwood 


58 


Natick 


73 


Norwood 


65 


Framingham North 


79 



SOCCER 



Norwood 





Needham 


5 


Norwood 


2 


Milton 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Walpole 





Norwood 


1 


Framingham South 


1 


Norwood 


1 


Framingham North 


2 


Norwood 


2 


Wellesley 


5 


Norwood 


2 


Dedham 


1 


Norwood 


6 


Natick 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Braintree 


4 


Norwood 





Needham 


5 


Norwood 


1 


Milton 


1 


Norwood 


2 


Walpole 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Framingham South 





Norwood 


2 


Framingham North 


3 


Norwood 


1 


Wellesley 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Dedham 





Norwood 


3 


Natick 


1 


Norwood 


2 


Braintree 


3 



HOCKEY 



2 


Natick 


1 


2 


Framingham South 


2 


5 


Needham 


3 


4 


Braintree 


2 


8 


Walpole 





12 


Framingham North 





10 


Milton 

Welleslfyj \\ * 
Dedham 


1 


6 





3 


3 


7 


Natick 


3 


4 . 


Framingham South 


4 


2 


Needham 


1 


2 


Braintree 


4 


2 


Walpole 


/o 


5 


Framingham North 


2 


3 


Milton BtoWtai 


L° 


7 


-Welles ley 


i 


5 


Dedham 


2 


WRESTLING 




42 


North Quincy 


24 


40 


Marshfield 


15 





Chelmsford 


18 


41 


Framingham South 


11 


-50 


Walpole 


8 


57 


Natick 


2 


24 


Framingham North 


30 


45 


Scituate 


15 


52 


Braintree 


15 


30 


Milford 


25 


20 


Wellesley 


23 


33 


Needham 


22 


38 


Milton 


13 


32 


Dedham 


1? 


27 


Waltham ^m^. 


23 





1 


NDOOR TRACK 






Norwood 


63 


Milton 




23 


Norwood 


42 


Framingham 


South 


44 


Norwood 


46 


Natick 




40 


Norwood 


58 


F'amingham 


North 


28 


Norwood 


58 


Walpole 




28 


Norwood 


47 


Braintree 




39 


Norwood 


36 


Needham 




50 


Norwood 


71 


Wellesley 




15 


Norwood 


45 


Dedham 
VOLLEYBALL 




41 


Norwood 





Wellesley 




2 


Norwood 





Needham 




2 


Norwood 





Framingham 


South 


2 


Norwood 





Framingham 


North 


2 


Norwood 


1 


Needham 




2 


Norwood 


2 


Wellesley 




2 


Norwood 


1 


Framingham 


North 





Norwood 


2 


Framingham 


South 






GIRLS' SWIMMING 



Norwood 


101 


Dedham 


51 


Norwood 


75 


Needham 


86 


Norwood 


100 


Framingham North 


64 


Norwood 


104 


Framingham South 


85 


Norwood 


69 


Natick 


97 


Norwood 


76 


Wellesley 


97 



GIRLS' ICE HOCKEY 



Norwood 





Watertown 





Norwood 





Watertown 


3 


Norwood 





Concord 


7 


Norwood 


1 


Watertown 


5 


Norwood 





Watertown 


4 


Norwood 


1 


Concord 


3 


Norwood 


5 


Randolph 





Norwood 


3 


Brockton 


3 



225 



SPONSORS 



MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL AFFANATO 

MR. AND MRS. PAUL ALBERTA 

DR. GEORGE R.ALLEN 

MR. AND MRS. EDWARD J. ANDREWS 

MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY J. ARENA 

MR. JOSEPH BAYER 

MR. AND MRS. VINCENT F. BILOTTA 

MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL BINKEWICZ 

MR. AND MRS. WARREN R. BISHOP 

MARIE A. BUNKER 

MR. AND MRS. DANIEL E. BURNS JR. 

MRS. LOUISE C.BURNS 

MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN G. CAIN 

MR. AND MRS. RICHARD CAPOBIANCO 

REV. AND MRS. MARTIN E. CERNEK 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. CHISHOLM 

JOHN AND MARY CHISHOLM 

MR. AND MRS. ANDREW CIARLETTA 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. CLIFFORD 

DR. AND MRS. PHILIP O.COAKLEY 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE M. COFSKY JR. 

MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR T. CONLEY 

MR. AND MRS. PAUL B. CONLEY 

DR. AND MRS. JAMES F. CONNOLLY 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM T. CONNOLLY 

GRAFTON CORBETT JR. 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS COTE 

DR. AND MRS. THOMAS A. COUCH 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN COUGHLIN 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. CRAWFORD 

MR. AND MRS. ELLIOT L CROFT 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT J. CROSSEN 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES F. CURRAN 

MRS. VIRGINIA DANFORTH 

MR. AND MRS. FRANK M. DANIELI 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS D. DENEHY 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH DiCALAGERO 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH DiMARZIO 

MR. AND MRS. CHARLES L. DONAHUE 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES T. DONLAN 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. DONNELLY 



DR. AND MRS. EDWARD L DONOVAN 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. DONOVAN 

JOHND. DRINAN 

MR. AND MRS. ORENT ESKEW 

F. A. CLEVELAND SCHOOL P.T.A. 

MR. AND MRS. HORACE E. FADER 

DR. AND MRS. JOHN J. FINN 

DR. NORTON FISHMAN 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. FLAHERTY 

MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK C. FLYNN 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN G. FRANCIS 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE GAETANI 

MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL GALLAHUE 

MR. AND MRS. DONALD B. GLASER 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS E. GOLDEN 

WALTER J. GOTOVICH 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS X. GREELEY 

MR. AND MRS. MARTIN J. GREELEY 

MR. AND MRS. NORMAN GREENE 

MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR GULLA 

MR. AND MRS. ALPHONSO HALICKI 

DR. AND MRS. WALTER HARWOOD 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HASENFUS 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. HAYES 

MRS. ELIZABETH P. HEHIR 

MR. AND MRS. VINCENT IANNONE 

DR. AND MRS. ALFRED JANSEN 

MR. AND MRS. DONALD L JOHNSON 

MR. AND MRS. SHELDON KAHALAS 

DR. AND MRS. LEROY J. KELLEY JR. 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH L KENNEY 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM P. KENNY 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. KERR 

DR. ARTHUR KLEIN 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KOZAK 

MR. AND MRS. BRUCE F. KUSHNER 

MR. AND MRS. ROY L LARSEN 

MRS. RUTH M. LARSEN 

MR. AND MRS. E. EDWARD LAZZARA 

MR. AND MRS. LESTER T. LEE 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN K. LOUGHLIN 



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MR. AND MRS. ARMAND LUSTENBERGER 

DR. AND MRS. ROY T. LYDON 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. MALACARIA 

MS. BARBARA A. MANDRA 

MR. AND MRS. FRED MANNA JR. 

MR. AND MRS. ELMER MARSH 

MR. KEVIN McCOLGAN 

MR. AND MRS. RICHARD McCUSKER 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH McGILL 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. McGUIRE 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES T. McHUGH 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS X. McKEOWN 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. MICHIENZI 

MRS. MAURITAG. MOAN 

DR. JOHN F. MONBOUQUETTE 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS MORAN 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. MURPHY 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. MURRAY 

JANICE MUSIAK 

MR. AND MRS. NORMAN NEITERMAN 

MR. AND MRS. KEN NOLET 

NORWOOD JR. HIGH SCHOOL NORTH 

FACULTY 
NORWOOD JR. HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH 

FACULTY 
NORWOOD POLICE ASSOCIATION 
NORWOOD RECREATION ASSOCIATION 
MR. AND MRS. JAMES M. O'BRIEN 
MR. AND MRS. JAMES O'CONNELL 
DR. AND MRS. JOHN O'DAY 
DR. AND MRS. JAMES O'NEIL 
MR. AND MRS. PETER J. O'NEILL 
MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS PARISE 
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES F. PARKER 
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH PASIONEK 
MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD F. PEARL 
MR. AND MRS. ANDREW PEREDNIA 
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD L PEREDNIA 
MRS. SALLY E. PESSA 
MR. AND MRS. WALTER J. PETERSON 
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. PHALEN 
MR. AND MRS. JOHN PICCIRILLI 
MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS X. PINK 
MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. POCE 



MR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. POWERS 

SARAH PUCCI 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. PUGH 

RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORWOOD INC. 

MRS. ANNRAFFA 

MR. AND MRS. FRED J. RAVENS JR. 

MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK J. RILEY 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. RIZZO 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. ROGERS 

MR. AND MRS. ADAM S. ROGODZINSKI 

MR. AND MRS. ALBERT ROHRBACHER 

MR. AND MRS. EUGENE ROMANELLI 

SAINT DENIS' PARISH 

SAINT TIMOTHY'S PARISH 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS O. SANGIACOMO 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. SCHMIDT 

MR. AND MRS. PAUL B. SHAGOURY 

MR. AND MRS. HENRY G. SHEPARD 

MR. AND MRS. REMO SINIBALDI 

MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK G. SLADE 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. STAPLETON 

DR. AND MRS. MELVIN STERN 

DR. STEPHEN STONE 

DR. ALBERT C.SULLIVAN 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE A. SULLIVAN 

SURETTE REALTORS 

MR. AND MRS. PHILIP C. SWAIN 

SYKES AND SYKES ATTORNEYS 

MR. AND MRS. WALTER F. TAUBE 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. THOMPSON 

MRS. PRISCILLATIBERT 

MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK TRAINOR 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT P. TRAINOR 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES B. TRASK 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE S. USEVICH 

MR. AND MRS. O. W. VENTEROSA 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. WALKER 

MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL WALSH 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WALSH 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WENSTROM 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES B. WHITE 

MR. AND MRS. LEO F. WILSON 

WINDSOR GARDENS OF NORWOOD 

MRS. RUTH WINER 



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The Class With the Most Spirit? 1976! NATURALLY!!! 



Best Wishes 
to Class of '76 

"We Have the Largest Selection 
of Lane Hope Chests in N.E. 
at the Lowest Prices." 

PURITAN FURNITURE CORP. 



Norwood, Mass. 




Corner Nahatan 

and Lenox Streets 

Norwood 



228 



Whul's Your Total Up To? 



MAY FUNERAL SERVICE, 

NC. 



85 Nichols Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 



Serving Norwood and Vicinity Since 1922 



Off Street Parking Air Conditioning 



229 



GUESS WHAT I FOUND IN THE BROWN PAPER BAG?. . .BIRDSEED! 



SPORTSTOWN U.S.A. 



884 Washington St. 
Lenny Harris Minty Kuporatz Art Powers 



Complete Team Outfitting 
Congratulations 



Bank On Us. 

BAY STATE 
FEDERAL SAVINGS 



1299 Beacon St. Brookline. 232-8979. 
61 Lenox St., Norwood. 762-2000. 
Dedham Mall, Dedham. 329-3220. 
255 East Central St., Franklin. 528-9300. 



230 



THE BRIDGE IS OUT AGAIN?!! 




Open 'Til Midnight 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1976 



BEE HIVE FLORISTS 



842 Washington St. 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 762 6416 



231 



SIT ON ITU 



Best Wishes 

Compliments 

of 




% 



ESTABLISHED 1895 



NORWOOD FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 

Corner of Route I and Old Post Road P.O. Box 266 

Walpole, Mass. 02081 



Phone 668-2 1 25 



232 



Good Luck 

to 

All Graduating Seniors 


Congratulations and 
Best Wishes Class of 1976 


BEAVER 


NORWOOD STUDIOS 


COAL AND OIL CO. 






534 Washington St. 




Norwood 762-0242 


200 Broadway St. 
Norwood 


Portraits — Weddings 


762-0137 


Invitations 




Formal Wear Rentals 







Dec. 12, 1975. . . "Oh, What a night!" 



Best Wishes to 
The Class of 1 976 from 

FLOOR CARE 




127 Codman Road 



Norwood, Ma. 



769-2429 





Best Wishes 
to the Class of '76 






lk*k ~fr -find 


itpz- 




BOND SHOES 






BATH & BOUDOIR ACCESSORIES 




642 Washington St. 
Norwood, Mass. 






1 09 Central St. Norwood, Mas 
Next to Norwood Cinema 


s. 02062 
762 0665 




Good Luck 
to the Class 1976 






FOLEY TRAVEL 




Walpole Mall 
Walpole, Mass. 
668 2312 


JEWEL TIQUE 


Westgate Mall 

Brockton, Mass. 

558 5822 


Let Us Help You With 

Travel Arrangements 

No Charge for Our Services 

734 Washington St. 

7694950 

Norwood, Mass. 














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NORWOOD CO-OP 

Congratulations 

Best Wishes for Future Success 

and Happiness 

to 

The Class of 1976 



NORWOOD CO-OPERATIVE 



Promoting Thrift and Home Ownership 
Since 1889 



234 



BLACK SABBATH, PINK FLOYD, CAT STEVENS. 
AEROSM1TH, BEACH BOYS. EAGLES. YES 















The All 








New 




Congratulations 








to the Class of 1976 
Norwood Seniors 


^SPORTIAfe e 


GUILD SQUARE 




PHARMACY 


. . . Exclusive Supplies 
to All NCAA Approved 




Submarine Races . . . 


Timothy 


'Luck to '76 


Maclntyre 




Registered Pharmacist 


16 Central St. Norwood 762-2121 



Congratulations Class of 1976 



COFFEY MUSIC COMPANY INC. 



295 Huntington Ave. 

Boston, Mass. 02115 

Tel. 536-0908 



Main Street 

W. Barnstable, MA. 02668 

Tel. 362-6119 



601 Providence Hiway 

Walpole, MA. 02081 

Tel. 668-9 1 29 



235 



June 6, 1975 . . .Interruptions. . .Cake. . .Rain. . . Ping Pong Pong . . .Staring 

Walk . . . Walks . . . 



Best Wishes From 



S^\d Resign' Q%Jm 



Member of FTD 



7 1 9 Washington Street 

Norwood, Mass. 
Telephone: 769-0827 



NORWOOD SPORT CENTER 



35 Years of Bowling Pleasure 
65 Cottage Street 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1976 

Candelpin Bowling 769-0606 

"Your Grandfather and Grandmother Bowled Here" 



236 



Merciful Hea vens!!! 



UNION WARREN 
SAVINGS BANK 



728 Washington St. 
Norwood, Mass. 



Area Code (6 1 7) 762-3000 



"The House of Service" 



Norwood's Only Complete Newsstand 
and Book Shop 



NORWOOD NEWS & BOOK SHOP 



655 Washington St. 769-0282 

Newspapers — Magazines — Books 
Full Line of School Supplies 



237 





But I'm Really Not a Cliffie!!! 






Established 1894 Tel. 762-0405 




Best Wishes 


ABDALLAH'S 




to the 






Class of 1976 
From 


GENERAL 
STORE 




WAYSIDE FLOWERS 


Hardware Kitchen Furnishings 
Mason's Tools Farm Tools 
Builder's Supplies Plumbing Supplies 
Paints and Oils Contractors Supplies 




74 Mylod St. 






Walpole, MA 






6680720 


"Your Grandfather Traded 
Here" 




"Pleasing You Means Our 






C " 

buccess 


1041-1043 Washington St. 






Norwood, MA 









Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1976 

From 



SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 



l46Naha+anSt. 
Norwood, MA 



238 



Compliments 

to the 
Class of 1976 



KLINE'S 



Washington St. Norwood, MA 



"Men, Do Your Calisthenics." . . . "But Couch, it's Only a Chess Match!" 

Congratulations to 

The Class of 1976 

at 

NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 




Torn 



THE SHOE SHOP 



For Best Shoe Values l+'s: 
"The Shoe Shop" 

690 Washington St. 
Norwood 



239 



Do You Know Who "You Know Who" Is??? 



THE NORWOOD FIRE 
DEPARTMENT 




Extends its Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1976 



240 



Bui What Arc Wood Nymphs??? 



Congratulations 
to the Class of 1976 



NORTHROP 



Precision Products Department 
Electronics Division 



100 Morse Street, Norwood Massachusetts 
762 5300 



FRANK A. MORRILL INC 




tin 



your Independent] 
. Insurance M agent , 



sirves vou first 



COMPLETE INSURANCE PROTECTION 



19 CENTRAL STREET • NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS • PHONE (617) 762-7300 



241 



Joanne, This Isn 't a Nickel! 



GILLOOLY FUNERAL HOME INC 



Established 1872 



l26WalpoleStree+ 

Norwood, MA 

762-0 1 74 



William G. Crowley President 



242 



Zippity-do-da! KITCHEN DUTY! 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1976 

NORWOOD MONUMENTAL 

WORKS, INC. 



Distinctive Memorials in Foreign and Domestic Granites 
Cemetery Lettering — Bronze Markers and Sandblasting 



943 Washington St. Andrew J. Mazzola Pres. 

Norwood, Mass. Tel. 762- 1 735 762- 1 763 



W — m * "■•""55 Itltiiiit 




243 



Soph Party . . .Jr. Prom . . . Semi Formal . . . Sr. Prom . . . 
Class Day . . .Graduation. . . Cape Cod . . . ?? 



Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of "76" 

From 



NORWOOD 
TIRE CO. 



55 Lenox St. 
Norwood, MA 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of "76" 



NORWOOD TOOL & 

INDUSTRIAL 

SUPPLY CO., INC 



935 Washington St. 
Norwood, MA 02062 



244 



Compliments 

to the 
Class of "76" 



SHEPARD 
PERFUMERS 



645 Washington St. 
Norwood, MA 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of "76" 



MUSIC CENTER 



638 Washington St. 

Norwood, MA 02062 

769-39 1 I 



LUCKY 7. This Is Indicative of # cans RE: Ackohol 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1976 

Compliments of 

LYDON & HAASE CO. 



2 1 5 Fulton Street 
Norwood, Mass. 

769-0719 



245 



Billy, Next Time You Make the Orange Juice. 


FURLONG'S COTTAGE 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 


Candies Ice Cream 


SANTORO'S SUB-VILLA 


U.S. Route 1 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Tel. 762-4124 


1 19 Central St. Norwood, MA 


Congratulations to the Class of 1976 

Bridal Consultant Service 
Complete Wedding Accessories 


Good Luck to the 
Class of" 1976" 


TERRY'S BRIDAL SHOP 


McDONALD'S 


The Newest and Most Modern 

Bridal Shop in This Area 

599 Washington Telephone 

Norwood 769-2262 


/JfoJL NORWOOD 


BABEL'S 


^T^t^k 762-2494 



PAINT AND WALLPAPER 



71 5 Washington St. 
Norwood, MA 



Congratulations 
and Good Luck 

ALIGHIERI'S OF NORWOOD 
FOR MEN 



Hairstylist for Men 

599 Washington St. 

Norwood, Mass. 



246 



THE SEWING CENTER 

Approved Singer Dealer 
647 Washington Street Norwood, Mass. 02062 



HIGH STREET 
MARKET 

An Old Fashioned Meat Market 



Mimlul Bench #2 — Summer 76 





Every day, at the Norwood plant and 
Masoneilan facilities throughout the 
world, hundreds of control valves are 
manufactured for the process indus- 
tries: chemical and petrochemical 
plants; power generating stations; and 
processing plants of every type. 

Making these valves requires many 
different skills— engineering, drafting, 
machining, grinding, welding, account- 
ing, marketing and customer ser- 
vices—to ensure that each valve pro- 
vides long lasting, precision service. 




Seaweed Snagger and the Green Torino . . . CHEEK-BOMBERS 



Congratulations to 

The Class of 

1976 



MR. TUX OF 
NORWOOD 

Complete Line of Formal 

Wear; 15% Discount — Proms 

Norwood 

596 Providence Hwy. 

769-4422 

Norwood, Mass. 


Good Luck in 
Future Years 

JUSTIN'S 

Washington St. 
Norwood 


NORWOOD TROPHY 
& ENGRAVING CO. 

Trophies — Plaques — Awards 

1037 Washington St. 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 

Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1976 

248 


PAUL H. KRAW 
FUNERAL HOME 

Congratulates the 
Class of 1976 

Norwood, Massachusetts 
1248 Washington St. 



All-Time High For Semi-Formal Chokes — FIVE!!! 



"Always. . . in the Best of Taste!" . . .Food 
For Any Occasion 

Banquets 

Special Functions 

Wedding Receptions 

"Buffet Party Platters" 

COLUMBO'S CATERING 
SERVICE 

762-9820 1023 Washington St. Norwood MA 



A&B AUTO SCHOOL INC. 



524 Washington St. Norwood, MA Tel. 762-5500 

Member of Norwood Chamber of 

Commerce Driving School Association 

of America 

Recommended by 
New England Institute For Driver Education 

Congratulations From 
Robert W. Wilson 



249 



Center's Up, Hauuuaaaaggggh! 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1976 From 



The Student Counci 




Student Council Officers 



President 
Vice President 



Treasurer 



Eleanor Hand 
Mike Cattafe 
Nancy Shagoury 
Mike Wilson 



250 



WEEKENDS: Cruisin', Mac's, Papa's, Friendly's, New Pond, Sparks. Lakeview, Pea- 
Mobile, Blue Hills . . . 






Congratulations to the 
Tiot Staff 
from the 



Senior Class 




Does a Plant Really Bleed Chlorophyll? 



The Junior Class 

Congratulates the 
Entire Tiot Staff 

& 
The Class of 1976 



President Gary Cohen 

Vice President Jim McTernan 

Secretary Cathy Hastings 

Girls' Treasurer Maribeth Gorman 

Boys' Treasurer Rick Kief 

Girls' A.A. Representative Ginny Gorman 

Boys' A.A. Representative John Cleary 



252 



Midnight Visitor in the Hotel Complex! 



The Sophomore Class 

Extends its Best Wishes 

to the Senior Class 

and the Tiot Staff 



Sophomore Class Officers 

Congratulate the 
Outgoing Seniors 



President Dan Kennedy 

Vice-President Kathy Francis 

Secretary Jeanne Spierdowis 

Girls' Treasurer Susan Gulla 

Boys' Treasurer Dan Gearty 

Girls' A.A. Representative Beth Gilmore 

Boys' A.A. Representaive Glen Shaw 



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Good Luck to DR. MONBOUQUETTE 



Best Wishes and the Best of Luck 

to the Senior Class 

From 

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Vjft hever 

A COVER! 

NEVER 

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At you crow our threshold for t»M first time It it perfectly proper to 
take or* step baokward and at your astonishment show. 

A mats like this you have never taan in a peace that calls itself a store, 
(most likely). Summon your courage, sidestep the cartons, and 
saunter In. Stop at the coffee pot and help yoursetf. (Use two sugars 
... we're having a good year). Meander through this Elegant 
Emporium. Poke about to your heart's content. If you want to buy 
something, wtate up a nearby salesnvr.. You'll find him friendly 
honest, but not "pushy", If you don't buy anything, that't O.K.. too 
(even if you are e no good, c irty rctten •!XYI # ). 

NO PASSPORT RJEOUIRED .„ Building #19 (and 19%) It just like 
■ny other store, except that rf s almost compietaiy different. Wa 
really welcome your visit and appreciate your business. 

WHAT TO WEAR ... "Cleanlmesa" may be "next to Godliness" but 
etour Weird Warehouses ifs next to impossible to don't wear your 
bett clothes. Wa love you for your own true self, not your costume. 



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WE'RE PSWtiiHfr- 

Just cause we have nice-looking, congenial, courteous err 
ployees, and we offer you free coffee (self-service 
. . . ond bring your own donuts), ur.d we have shopping 
corts, check-out registers, and other fancy stuff, don't 
confuse us with the "legitimate ". regular department 
stores. We are barga.n stores . pure ond simple 

(well, I don'f know how pure??) We do not handle ony 'A* 1 * l J ^ 1 .. ^ 

regular merchandise at regular prices. We sell for less COfVlE ' " WcUj \ ^ 

because *e buy foi less from insurance componiev 

railroad trucking companies, bankruptcy courts, etc 
etc Son e items cue lOO^o ptrrfert, some 99% perfect 
some 9°-, perfect Some are scratched dented, soiled vi- 
olated d^'iled, mutilated, stomped on, smoked, toosted, 
or dusty but all items are sold with o no-string', a* 
fached MO-hard-time. satisfaction or-your-money-bacV 
guarantee You, the customer, are the sole judge 




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Working Together 

in the 

Team Spirit! 




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Do you know where you're going to 

Do you like the things that life is showing you 

Where are you going to 

Do you know 

Do you get what you're hoping for 

When you look behind you there's no open door 

What are you hoping for 

Do you know 




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Once we were standing still in time 

Chasing the fantasies that filled our minds 

You knew how I loved you but my spirit was free 

Laughing at the questions that you once asked of me 





Do you know where you're going to 

Do you like the things that life is showing you 

Where are you going to 

Do you know 



Now looking back at all we've had 

We let so many dreams just slip through our hands 

Why must we wait so long, before we see 

How sad the answers to those questions can be 

Do you know where you're going to . . . 




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Index 



Academics 


103-141 


Language Department 


131 


Administration 


22-23 


Math Department 


135 


Advertisements 


228-257 


Math Team 


150 


Art Club 


153 


Music Department 


138 


Art Department 


138 


National Honor Society 


154-155 


Band 


169-173 


Peabody 




Basketball, Boys' 


212-216 


Candids 


140-141 


Basketball, Girls' 


210-211 


Christmas Party 


139 


Business Department 


134 


Faculty 


46-49 


Cheerleaders 


190-191 


Photography Club 


151 


Chess Club 


149 


Physical Education Department 


136 


Choral Groups 


166-168 


Riding Club 


160 


Cross Country Team 


194-195 


Rifle Club 


160 


English Department 


130 


Scholastic Honors 


127 


Faculty 


24-45 


School Committee 


19 


Field Hockey Team 


188-189 


Science Department 


132 


Football, Boys' 


182-186 


Scores 


224-225 


Football, Powder Puff 


198-199 


Semi-Formal 


164-165 


French Club 


155 


Senior Play 


161-163 


German Club 


156-157 


Seniors 


52-125 


Gymnastics, Boys' 


208-209 


Soccer Team 


196-197 


Gymnastics, Girls' 


206-207 


Sophomore Class Officers 


148 


Hiking Club 


151 


Spanish Club 


156 


Hilltopper 


153 


Sponsors 


226-227 


History Department 


133 


Student Council 


158-159 


Hockey, Boys' 


218-223 


Swimming, Boys' 


200-201 


Hockey, Girls' 


217 


Swimming, Girls' 


192-193 


Home Economics Department 


137 


Tiot 


174-179 


Industrial Arts Department 


137 


Track Team 


202-203 


Judo Club 


150 


Underclassmen 


142-145 


Junior Class Officers 


148 


Utopian Societies in Literature 


152 


Junior Prom 


12-13 


Volleyball, Girls' 


187 


Key Club 


149 


Wrestling Team 


204-205 



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